Things To Do in Bainskloof

Bainskloof is situated in the Breede River Valley, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Bergsig Wine Estate

Where? Bainskloof
Within the Breed River Valley where the Drakenstein and Hex River Mountains meet lies the Bergsig Estate. The name means ‘mountain view’ and within these mountain slopes, the soil and climate provides the ...

Botha Wine Cellar

Where? Bainskloof
1949 was the year when the Botha Cellar first registered as a co-operation with 14 members. A year later saw the first harvest without the cellar’s construction being complete. The harvest was 3386 tons ...

Happy Valley Trail, Limietberg

Where? Bainskloof
Start: Bainskloof Eerste Tol Finish: Bainskloof Duration: 9 km, to Junction Pool and back Fitness: moderate Our tip: the return can get very hot above Wellington in the late summer heat, take plenty of ...

Rock-Hopper Trail

Where? Bainskloof
If you are feeling energetic, adventurous and up for a good challenge, then while in Bainskloof make sure you join the fun yet grueling rock-hopper trail. This 6 kilometer trail leads you up or down a ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Wellington

Where? Wellington
Route: Bloubergstrand, Philadelphia, Malmesbury, Riebeek-Kasteel, Nuwekloof Pass, Tulbagh, Bainskloof, Wellington Description: from the most recognisable view of Table Mountain north to the 'Land van Waveren' ...

Welvanpas MTB Trails

Where? Wellington
Set in the foothills of Bainskloof, Welvanpas farm offers great trails, called Bains Mountain Bike Trails, but everyone else knows it simply as Welvanpas. Where: Welvanpas Farm, next to Bainskloof Pass, ...

Rock Climbing in Montagu

Where? Montagu
Rock climbing is a firm favourite amongst outdoor enthusiasts as it boasts the splendour of the natural environ while making little or no negative impact on the land, water or air. Montagu, in the Western ...

Afrikaner Museum

Where? Worcester
The Afrikaner Museum is housed in an old yet attractive cottage housing an impressive collection dating back to the mid nineteenth century. Here you can see imitations of surgeries performed in that time as ...

Lorraine Private Cellar

Where? Rawsonville
Lorraine Private Cellar dates back to 1875, a time when South Africans were distinguishing themselves as quality wine-makers with a passion for farming and agriculture, an appreciation for the art and when the ...

Horse Riding Trails in Tulbagh

Where? Tulbagh / Wolseley
From personal experience over many years, horse riding with Horse About Trails and Adventures comes Highly Recommended by the SA-Venues.com Team! Saddle up and unwind while you explore the scenic Tulbagh ...

Ye Olde Tavern

Where? Montagu
Situated in the picturesque town of Montagu, known as the Gateway to the Klein Karoo, Ye Olde Tavern is a family restaurant that exudes charm and a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. Ye Olde Tavern is set within a ...

Slanghoek Cellar

Where? Rawsonville
Slanghoek Cellar was first established in 1951 and due to its location amongst the Slanghoek Mountains, received its name. The Slanghoek valley is a sight to behold and a visit to this estate will prove to be ...

Jessica's Restaurant

Where? Montagu
At Jessica's Restaurant guests can enjoy a romantic candle-light dinner in this beautifully restored Victorian home dating back to the late 1800's. On Montagu's warm summer evenings, dinner are served under ...

Wine Tasting at Tanagra Private Cellar

Where? McGregor
Tanagra is a boutique wine cellar situated in the McGregor valley (on the Robertson Road) producing only small amounts of high quality, handcrafted and unique red wines. There are 12.5 ha of vines under ...

Wandsbeck Winery

Where? Robertson
Originally known as the Agterkliphoogte Co-op, this winery was renamed Wandsbeck in 2004. It comprises 20 different members with grapes from 12 farms in the surrounding Robertson area. The original farm was ...

Major's Hill Wine Estate

Where? Robertson
Situated right at the centre of the Robertson Wine Route in the Western Cape province, Major’s Hill is accessible, as well as being the beautiful home of a range of fabulous wines. Because of the unique ...

Montpellier Wine Estate

Where? Tulbagh
Montpellier was established in 1714 surrounded by the Montténére mountains also known as ‘the mountain of fear’. Huguenots Jean Imbert and Jacques Theron lived not far from the city of Montpellier before ...

The Choc Box Coffee Shop

Where? Montagu
Feel the Montagu magic when you visit The Choc Box, right in the heart of this historical farming town along the famous Route 62. This route extends between Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape and Cape Town in ...

Ceres Transport Riders Museum

Where? Ceres
The Ceres Togryers Museum or Transport Riders Museum represents the cultural and historical heritage of Ceres. On display are a number of items including documents, cultural objects, natural objects, research ...

Route 62 Restaurant and Farm Stall

Where? Montagu
The Route 62 Restaurant and Farm Stall is, perhaps, better known as Die Kloof Padstal (which translates to The Ravine Road Stall), and is conveniently perched at the entrance to Montagu. With this ideal ...

Rosendal Winery

Where? Robertson
Officially called the Rosendal Winery and Wellness Retreat, this estate certainly does transport visitors to a place of tranquillity and magnificent natural scenery. With the Langeberg Mountains as its ...

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