Clanwilliam

Flower Tour

Each August and September, after the winter rain falls, the Cederberg area becomes a natural flower carpet the landscape in ritous yellow, orange, white and blue. This is the annual flower fiesta in the Western and Northern Cape provinces. Come and experience this flower mekka in the Cederberg with Cederberg Tours.

Veldskoene Tour

Strassbergers range of rugged, genuine leather shoes was born from necessity. In 1830 German Rhenish missionaries Baron Theobold Von Wurmb and Reverend Johann Gottlieb Leipoldt – a shoemaker by trade – founded the settlement of Wupperthal in the Tra-Tra Valley, deep in the heart of the Cederberg mountains. This remote outpost is about 75km away…

Rooibos Tour

Rooibos grows naturally in only one place on earth that is on the slopes the Cederberg Mountains in the Western Cape. Its forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom vegetation type known as Fynbos. Rooibos is a unique South African product come and find out what you can do with this plant. The bush is…

Cederberg Circuit Tour

The Cederberg Circuit takes you on a 247km journey through winding historical mountain passes, past crystal clear rivers and unique nature reserves. This circular route starts and ends in the citrus haven of Citrusdal. The ride begins with a gentle cycle along the eastern bank of the Olifants River, which is flanked by orchards. Just…

Cederberg Mountain Tour

The Cederberg Mountains and surrounding area is a Mountain Bike Paradise. Apart from more than 300km on public roads, there are a number of routes on private farms where cyclist can enjoy the dramatic beauty of this unspoiled wilderness. Should you want to practice for your MTB skills or get fit for the Cape Epic,…

Bushman Paintings Tour

San or Bushman rock art is perhaps the best known of the Southern African rock art traditions, indeed, it is amongst the most famous rock art in the world. Although well known, misconceptions about the art abound. There is a lot more to it than many people realize. Then San were not merely painting pictures…