Cape Town Scenic Drives

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West Coast Rock Art Route

Where? Cederberg
Start: Citrusdal or Clanwilliam tourist information Finish: Citrusdal Duration: As long as you want it to take, depending on how often you stop, but the route deserves at least a weekend Vehicle: You can ...

Self Drive Oudtshoorn to Meiringspoort

Where? Oudtshoorn
Route: Oudtshoorn, Swartberg Pass, Prince Albert, Meiringspoort, De Rust Description: Follow the road that winds along the banks of the Groot River as it meanders through Meiringspoort, after using the ...

Self Drive Clanwilliam to Wupperthal

Where? Cederberg
Route: Clanwilliam, Pakhuis Pass, Uitkyk Pass, Wupperthal, Matjiesriver, Nieuwoudt Pass, Kriedouw Kloof Pass, Clanwilliam Dam Description: a circular drive through the Cederberg to Wuppertal and Matjies ...

Capedry Tractor Trip

Where? Montagu
Just 180 kilometres from Cape Town, dubbed the gateway to the Little Karoo, is the enticing town of Montagu. It may be small, but it is charming for its history and irresistible for its natural beauty and ...

Heritage Drive of District Six

Where? Cape Town Central
Route: Buitenkant Street to Chapel Street Description: this is an excellent way to explore District Six, other than the yellow route of the City Sightseeing Bus Length: roughly 4 km Time: a morning ...

Self Drive Citrusdal to Porterville

Where? Citrusdal
Route: Citrusdal, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Ceres, Tulbagh, Porterville Description: a number of mountain passes both east and south of Citrusdal's orange groves Length: roughly 245 km Time: a day, at ...

Self Drive Swellendam to Witsand

Where? Swellendam
Route: Swellendam, Bontebok National Park, De Hoop, Malgas, Witsand Description: the rolling countryside of the Duineveld (west of the Breede River) and Ruggensveld (south of Riviersonderendberg and east of ...

Winelands Sunset Drive

Where? Franschhoek
The famous gourmet capital of the Western Cape is the wine valley of Franschhoek. As a valley it is cradled between mountain ranges that display a spectacular view over the luscious vineyard region. As you ...

Self Drive Laingsburg to Ladismith

Where? Laingsburg
Route: Laingsburg, Seweweekspoort, Amalienstein, Zoar, Hoeko Valley, Ladismith Description: explore the rolling hills and sandstone peaks of the Klein Swartberg range, south of the Karoo plains Length: ...

R354 Sutherland to Matjiesfontein

Where? Sutherland
The tarred R354 between Matjiesfontein and Sutherland (110km) is one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the Western Cape. It’s also one of the best-kept-secrets, known only by those who head en masse to ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Taal Monument

Where? Paarl
Route: Cape Town, Stellenbosch (Muratie, Spier, Boschendal and other wine estates), Helshoogte Pass, Taal Monument Description: Explore the fertile valleys of the Berg and Eerste rivers, where vines first ...

Self Drive Robertson to Villiersdorp

Where? Robertson
Route: Robertson, McGregor, Riviersonderend, Greyton, Genadendal, Villiersdorp Description: mountains, remote river valleys, quaint villages, oak trees and the odd gravel road Length: roughly 250 km Time: a ...

Ceres Rail Company

Where? Ceres
Ceres is an exquisite valley in the heart of the Western Cape’s farmlands. Sprawling fruit orchards rise to meet the towering mountains of the Boland, graced by the clear sunshine of South Africa and tickled ...

Clarence Drive Scenic Route

Where? Kleinmond
Get on the scenic route of Clarence Drive for a fabulous day out with magnificent sights. Starting in Kleinmond, the road will take you through Betty’s Bay and Pringle Bay, to Gordons Bay and finally Rooi ...

Ceres Self Drive Routes

Where? Ceres
Ceres is a spectacularly scenic part of the Western Cape, and is a fabulous destination for those wanting to explore the Cape via road. Although somewhat small, Ceres is divided into four unique areas. The ...

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