Activities

CLANWILLIAM
44th Clanwilliam Super Spar Netball Tournament

Clanwilliam Super Spar - 44th tournament - The Clanwilliam netball tournament started in 1975 with only 14 teams. This annual event is on of the sport highlights in Clanwilliam. The courts to be used in 2019 have already been fully booked for the 53 teams taking part in 9 sections of different age groups.

Contact details

082 927 7478 (Kosie van der Merwe)
E-mail: kosie74@gmail.com
Web:
GPS: -32.178449,18.888494

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Biedouw Valley Birding

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027 482 2869 (Enjo Nature Farm)
E-mail: rocks@soulcountry.info
Web: https://www.facebook.com/groups/biedouwvalleybirding/
GPS: -32.139688, 19.237245

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Buchu and Rooibos Tour - Skimmelberg

To see the real magic of what makes our organic buchu and rooibos product range so special, you have to visit the farm. A trip to Skimmelberg is a journey into organic farming at its best. Skimmelberg's farming operations take place on the doorstep of the Skimmelberg Nature Reserve.

Contact details

027 482 1771 (Ria Slabbert)
E-mail: tours@skimmelberg.co.za
Web: www.skimmelberg.co.za
GPS: -32.340100,18.799216

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Cederberg Brewery

Cederberg Brewery, a microbrewery based at Cederberg Private Cellar on Dwarsrivier Farm in the heart of the pristine and unpolluted Cederberg Conservation Area. Combining European inspiration with South African innovation, we set out with a simple goal: to brew the beers we wanted to drink. We started small, with a homebrew system, a love for craft beer, plenty of passion and determination.

Contact details

027 482 2827 ()
E-mail: info@cederbergbrewery.com
Web: www.cederbergbrewery.com
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Cederberg Heritage Route

The Cederberg Heritage Route is a collection of four community-based walking trails in the Cederberg mountains. The walking trails (ranging from 3 to 5 nights) include your overnight luggage transportation (by donkey cart or vehicle) so that walkers only carry a day pack on the walks. Historically the Cederberg Wilderness offered walkers a stark choice – between taking day walks into the mountains (thus restricting them to more accessible shorter walks), or taking a pack and camping out in the very basic forestry huts.

Contact details

083 468 8030 (Michelle Truter)
E-mail: chrtrails@gmail.com
Web: www.cedheroute.co.za
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Cederberg MTB Routes

CEDERBERG MOUNTAIN BIKE CYCLING The Cederberg Mountains and surrounding area is a Mountain Bike Paradise.  Apart from more than 300km on public roads, there are also a number of routes on private farms, where cyclists can practise their MTB skills.  The Clanwilliam Sakekamer recently published a booklet with maps, showing six routes on public roads.

Contact details

027 482 2024 (Clanwilliam Tourism Office)
E-mail: cederberg@lando.co.za
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Cederberg Wine Cellars

South Africa’s most uniquely situated wine farm falls within the pristine environs of the Cederberg Wilderness Area, which lies in the Cape Floral Kingdom. Here, among spectacular rock formations and fynbos, you will find the highest altitude vineyards in the Cape. Conservation is fundamental and Cederberg Private Cellar is a committed member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative.

Contact details

027 482 2827 (Reception)
E-mail: info@cederbergwine.com
Web: www.cederbergwine.com
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Elandsberg Eco Tourism

For those who want to learn more about Rooibos and Fynbos, safari tours are on offer. One tour concentrates on Rooibos. Guests are taken to one of the plantations where the all aspects of the plant and its cultivation are explained.

Contact details

027 482 2022 (Chris & Annette)
E-mail: eland.eco@mweb.co.za
Web: www.elandsberg.co.za
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Ramskop Nature Garden

Ramskop Nature Garden is host to a vast number of indigenous species of flowers and is a real sight during flower season, usually from the middle of August till the middle of September. The garden offers a few walking possibilities, one of them leading up the Clanwilliam Dam Wall. There are several spots that will give you some great views of the mountains, the town itself (including the rooibos laying yards of Rooibos Limited) and of course the Clanwilliam Dam.

Contact details

027 482 8012 (Reception)
E-mail: clandam@cederbergraad.co.za
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Rooibos Route

The only Rooibos Route in the world you will find in the heart of Rooibos country. With Clanwilliam in the center you can experience a lot more Rooibos than just your ordinary cup of rooibos tea. On Route you will find 7 Clans to choose from.

Contact details

027 482 1007 (Sanet & Marietjie)
E-mail: info@rooibos-route.co.za
Web: www.rooibos-route.co.za
GPS: -32.177866, 18.891247

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Rooibos Tea Tasting

A UNIQUE ROOIBOS TEA EXPERIENCE - Velskoendraai is situated right at the entrance to Clanwilliam. We also offer a unique rooibos tea tasting experience. Within the 7 Clans of Rooibos you have more than 100 flavoured/blended rooibos teas.

Contact details

078 364 8785 (Louise Nortje)
E-mail: info@velskoendraai.co.za
Web: www.velskoendraai.co.za
GPS: -32.173342,18.886313

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Sevilla Rock Art Trail

The 5 km trail winds along the Brannewyn River and visits 9 sites of rock art paintings, left behind by the San people, who inhabited the area for thousands of years. The Sevilla Rock Art Trail offers some of the finest examples of rock art in the district and a fascinating glimpse into the world of these early inhabitants. The trail is relitavly easy walking, the atmosphere is inspiring and in spring the wild flowers are an added bonus.

Contact details

027 482 1824 (Charite)
E-mail: charite@vodamail.co.za
Web: www.travellersrest.co.za
GPS: 32.415 - 19.432

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Walks & Hikes in the Central Cederberg

The central Cederberg has some stunning walks of which only a few are mentioned here. Given this glorious wilderness, you need to be well-prepared both in terms of food & water and sun protection.  It can be fiercely hot in high summer, yet in contrast there can also be snow on the mountain peaks in the winter! We outline some short, morning and full day hikes… Shorter walks – under 2 hours Allow 50 minutes to get to Algeria Forest Station if you are staying in Clanwilliam or Citrusdal area; allow 1½ hours to get to Dwarsrivier … Algeria Forest Station - valley walk Note: This area was badly burnt in early 2009 but it is starting to recover This a very pleasant gentle walk from Algeria up the valley towards Uitkyk.

Contact details

027 482 2403 (Algeria - Cape Nature)
E-mail: hdavids@capenature.co.za
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Walks & Hikes in the Northern Cederberg

The Cederberg is known for its classic hikes in the central Cederberg. But there are plenty of great walks in the Pakhuis area close to Clanwilliam. A unique characteristic of the northern Cederberg is that you may easily not see another walker on a walking trail.

Contact details

027 482 2403 (Cape Nature)
E-mail: hdavids@capenature.co.za
Web: www.cederberg.co.za
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