Explore the 20 million year-old Cango Caves!
30 Km from Oudtshoorn are the world famous Cango Caves, a labyrinth of beautiful natural tunnels and chambers cut deep into the limestone rock and South Africa’s first and oldest tourist attraction. Johnny van Wassenaer, one of the Cango Cave’s first guides – and master explorer, is said to have walked 29 hours following an underground river in search of the end of the caves in 1898. He calculated that he was 25 km from the entrance point of the caves and over 275 m underground. To experience these wondrous caves for yourself, join us on our next Cango Caves Tour!
Exciting & Original Ostrich Tours
DeDenne is a 4-star Country Guesthouse situated on a working Ostrich Farm.
The Swartberg Pass
The Swartberg Pass on the R328 run through the Swartberg mountain range (black mountain in English) which runs roughly east-west along the northern edge of the semi-arid area called the Little Karoo in the Western Cape, South Africa.
Calitzdorp: Quaint Capital of Port
The little town of Calitzdorp, situated on scenic Route 62, is world famous for port wines made in the classic tradition of a high alcohol and relatively low sugar content. The Red Wine and Muscadels produced in this small sleepy village town ranks amongst the best in South Africa.