Brandy Route

This route was inaugurated in 1997 and was the first brandy route in the country. The route begins in Stellenbosch and incorporates brandy cellars such as Van Ryn Brandy Cellar, Oude Molen Brandy Museum and Backsberg Estate. South Africa’s unique brandy route is a definite must for any brandy enthusiast. And, even if you are […]

Cape Whale Route

Humpback whales migrate along the Western Cape coast en route to their feeding and breeding grounds off Mozambique and Angola. Bryde’s whales are found in False Bay all year round, and the orca (killer whale) is also occasionally seen. The presence of these gentle giants draws many visitors to the Cape shores every year from […]

Route 27

The West Coast Road (R27) leads to a world of tranquil towns, rough coastlines and endless stretches of beach. Route 27 explores the West Coast and its many small villages and towns. Situated on this route are the small towns of Aurora, Darling, Hopefield, Langebaan, Paternoster, Cape Columbine, St Helena Bay, Saldanha, Velddrif and Laaiplek, […]

Route 62

Route 62 covers the area between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn, the Garden Route and Port Elizabeth. The route offers more scenic possibilities than the alternative N2 Highway, connecting the Breede River Valley region and the Little Karoo. The road was originally developed to link various rural towns and villages to major centres. Several small towns […]

West Coast Bird Route

This route allows bird enthusiasts to explore the vast West Coast region. The bird route leads to ten popular birding destinations that include Rietvlei and the Milnerton Lagoon, the West Coast National Park, the SAS Saldanha Nature Reserve, West Coast Fossil Park, Vredenburg/Saldanha Golf Club, Berg River Hides, Rocherpan Nature Reserve, Verlorenvlei, Elands Bay, Bird […]