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Two day trip with overnight stop in Barrydale

Two day trip with overnight stop in Barrydale

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Two day trip with overnight stop in Barrydale
R 2000 per person excluding lunches  supper*
Accomodation in a self catering guest house in town-walking distance from restaurants
*Prices subject to change

Situated at the foot of the majestic Langeberg Mountains and a popular tourist destination midway between Cape Town and George.

Swellendam has long been an agricultural district and provides a variety of crops, including wheat, other cereals and fruit.  Airy-and ostrich farming are also successful in the area.

Various historical buildings, museums and other charming houses line the streets.

East of Swellendam on the Tradouw River is the village of Suurbraak.  The village developed as a mission station, relying on subsistence farming centered around the church.

A small farming town with a peaceful rural atmosphere and a convenient stopping-off point from which to explore the surrounding countryside.

Nestled against the Langeberg Mountains, is a rural village retaining a timeless charm where you are welcomed with warmth.  Experience the lush, fertile Tradouw Valley with vineyards and orchards.  Award winning wines and brandy are produced here.  Nearby is the spectacular Tradouw Pass with majestic geological formations, beautiful Fynbos  and abundant bird life.

A charming, historic village nestled between two mountain ranges, halfway between Cape Town and the Garden Route.  The crystal clear air, beautiful mountains, a superb climate and plenty to do, it is the ideal breakaway spot from city living.

Situated in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg Mountains, with the Breede River as its life blood.  The region may be best known for its wines, but the variety of attractions and spectacular scenery ensures visitors an unforgettable stay.

The Robertson Wine Route forms part of the longest wine route in the world.

A beautiful historic town nestled in the bowl of a range of spectacular mountains and is the economic- and service hub of the Breede Valley.  It is the most centrally situated town in the Cape Winelands District.  This region is the largest wine producing area in the country.  Worcester is home to 10 top producing cellars with a wide variety of wines for different palates.

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