Things To Do in Groot Drakenstein

Groot Drakenstein is situated in the Cape Winelands, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Allée Bleue Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Allée Bleue Estate was founded as 'Mere Rust' in 1690, but once current owners, Elke and Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin bought the farm, they changed the name to Allée Bleue (meaning ‘Avenue of Blue’ in French). ...

Babylonstoren Gardens

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Visit the Babylonstoren in Groot Drakenstein. This beautiful Cape garden was inspired by the 17th century gardens of the Dutch East India Company and boasts hundreds of varieties of fruit, vegetable and herbs; ...

Boschendal Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Boschendal is situated in the Franschhoek Valley, an area meaning ‘little French corner’ where Huguenot settlers fled religious persecution and shared their winemaking skills leading to its status as a premier ...

Dwars River Escape Route

Where? From Stellenbosch area
Launched in 2003, the Dwars River Escape Route includes not only some incredible scenery, cultural features, things to do and places of historical significance, but also a mix of entrepreneurs, community ...

Hillcrest Berry Orchards

Where? Stellenbosch
On a beautiful, crisp, clear and sunny Western Cape winters day there is nothing better than sitting outside for a meal while enjoying a beautiful view, perhaps of nearby snow covered mountains! Why not ...

Paradise Stables

Where? Franschhoek
Paradise Stables is on Robertsvallei Farm in Franschhoek, Western Cape and has a lot to offer a visitor, but is famous for exceptional horse riding experiences. Take part in one of the many horse trails ...

Solms-Delta Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Professor Mark Solms is currently overseeing the rebirth of this Franschhoek farm which has produced wine for four centuries. Renowned for discovering the brain mechanisms of dreaming and background in modern ...

Franschhoek Walking Tours

Where? Franschhoek
Strolling the quaint streets of Franschhoek, exploring its little bookshops and chocolatiers, and meandering from one historical attraction to the next is a delight. Walking gives you the opportunity to keep a ...

Stellenbosch Scootours

Where? Stellenbosch
Scootours are non-motorized scooters that are eco-friendly, quiet, easy and so fun. Because these tours start high up and take you through gorgeous terrain on a downhill, they don’t require too much in the way ...

Franschhoek Scootours

Where? Franschhoek
Franschhoek may be renowned for its world-class cuisine and excellent wines, but it is also known for its stunning surrounds. The mountains, vineyards and winding passes are breath-taking. Scootours offers ...

Suzie's Coffee Shop

Where? Kuils River
Just 30 minutes outside the heart of Cape Town is the pretty little town of Kuils River. Watched over by the scenic Bottelary Mountains, this quaint town combines the charm of a rural setting with the beauty ...

Cheetah Experience Ashia

Where? Paarl
As the fastest land mammal in the world and certainly one of the most elegant, cheetahs are nothing short of magnificent. These are one of Africa’s most precious species, and are always very rewarding to see ...

Old Nectar Gardens

Where? Stellenbosch
Old Nectar’s famous gardens in Stellenbosch are spectacular for the variety of trees, the abundance of colours, and the sheer tranquillity that infuses every part of them to create a verdant escape from the ...

Franschhoek Mountain Bike Tours

Where? Franschhoek
Franschhoek has, rightfully, been dubbed the culinary heart of South Africa. Visitors to this gorgeous little Western Cape town are spoilt for choice when it comes to the variety of things to taste. But, the ...

Louiesenhof Wines

Where? Stellenbosch
Stefan Smit’s great grandfather bought Louisenhof which formed part of Koopmanskloof in 1896. Wheat, cattle and grapes were farmed and brandy was distilled since 1860. When Stefan’s father started farming ...

Wamakersvallei Cellars

Where? Wellington
Wamakersvallei Winery is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to the production of ultra-premium red wines. Come visit our cellar and join us for some luxurious wine tastings where you can sample a ...

Bellevue Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
The farm was first acquired by Christoffel Groenewald in 1701, but its name was only changed in 1851 to Bellevue. The Morkel family have owned it for generations since 1861 and this is evident in their wines. ...

Stellenbosch Wine Bus

Where? Stellenbosch
A half day tour on the Stellenbosch Wine Bus leaves from Beau Joubert Winery which is a 350 year old winery and moves onto De Morgenzon. At this winery baroque music plays and wild flowers have been ...

Le Bonheur Wine Estate

Where? Klapmuts
They built the homestead, a classic example of the H-shaped Cape Dutch style architecture of the 1820s, complete with its original doors and floors and again today painted in subtle ice-cream hues typical of ...

Dombeya Wines

Where? Stellenbosch
Rianie Strydom took over the wine-making reigns at Dombeya in 2005 and she has continually brought fine wines to South Africa which has shown in various awards such as a Veritas Awards Double-Gold Medal in ...

Dieu Donné Microbrewery

Where? Franschhoek
Although people normally associate Franschhoek with wines, the Dieu Donné Microbrewery might make for a pleasant change. British style ale, German style Pilsner and Irish style stout are produced here. ...

Noop Restaurant

Where? Paarl
Noop is an upmarket restaurant based in an old heritage building, along Main Road in Paarl, specialising in a contemporary and trendy menu, without a hint of pretention. Chefs Zian and Mariette keep it local, ...

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