Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach offers a nice trip for both children and adults, here you can see African penguins (or Jackass penguins) from very close by in their natural environment. Boulders Beach..

Bourke’s Luck Potholes

Bourke’s Luck Potholes are rock formations formed by erosion centuries ago. They are located 35 km north of Graskop and you have to take a walk on paths and bridges..

Cape Peninsula

The Cape Peninsula, or the Cape Peninsula, is the south-western peninsula of South Africa and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. Millions of years ago it hit the mainland and..


The rugged landscape of the Cedar Mountains is about a two-hour drive from Cape Town, near the villages of Citrusdal and Clanwilliam to the north. A more unknown (therefore less..

Chapman’s Peak Drive

Fifteen kilometers south of Cape Town is Chapman’s Peak, a mountain whose western side falls straight down in some places and disappears into the Atlantic Ocean. Chapman’s Peak owes its..

Garden Route (tuinroute)

This impressive and popular route owes its name to the beautiful, almost enchanting nature. It has nothing to do with cultivated gardens, but everything with majestic mountains, rushing rivers, wonderful..

God’s Window

With the name alone you can imagine that this is one of the most spectacular places in South Africa with regard to a breathtaking view. And if you stand here..

Panorama Route

The Panorama Route along the Blyde River Canyon in the province of Mpumalanga is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and popular sights in South Africa. The route runs through..

Route 62

The Cape Route 62 runs between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn through the interior of the Western Cape province along green vineyards, beautiful mountain passes, crystal clear rivers, through small villages..

Three Rondavels

The Three Rondavels are the most northerly attraction of the Panorama Route, about 50 km north of Graskop. They are three rocks emerging from the farthest wall of the Blyde..