West Coast Flower Tour

30 Aug. – 3 Sept. 2018

Another spectacular Flower tour! Although this tour is not as long as the Namaqualand Flower tour, this tour is unique in its own way, not to be missed!

Day 1:

Depart George & Mossel Bay, along coastal route (N2), via Swellendam & Worcester.

Travel along N1, via Paarl & Malmesbury to Langebaan.

Langebaan’s Club Mykonos will be our host for the evening.  

West Coast hospitality at Boesmanland Farm kitchen.

Day 2:

Visit West Coast National Park and the Postberg Nature reserve. Beautiful flowers and a variety of antelope can be seen in this Reserve.

Our route is via Velddrif & Graafwater.

The Wild Flower show in Clanwilliam is an annual event and is hosted in the historical little church – a spectacular display of wild flowers of the region – well worth as visit.

Finally reach Van Rhynsdorp, our host for 2 nights!

Day 3:

Travel along Van Rhyns Pass, towards Nieuwoudtville (Bulb capital).

Visit the southernmost Quiver tree forest, as well as the picturesque waterfall. Spend some time at “Matjiesfontein” farm, normally a display of wild flowers! Visit the historical sandstone church in town and enjoy delicious pancakes and tea at their Church hall.

Return to Van Rhynsdorp to visit their spectacular succulent nursery.

Day 4:

Another visit to Clanwilliam.

Visit Ramskop Nature reserve in Clanwilliam, overlooking the Clanwilliam dam, with the Cederberg Mountains as a backdrop.

Continue via Citrusdal and Piketberg. Proceed via Tulbagh to Ceres to overnight.


Day 5:

Visit “Togryers” & Transport Museums in Ceres.

Return home. Route via Worcester, Robertson & Ashton to Swellendam .

Lunch at Buffeljags River. Finally along coastal route N2, via Heidelberg to Mossel Bay and finally George.

Tour package: On request

(Package includes: dinner, bed & breakfast, reliable transport, entrance fees to activities & experienced Theta accredited Tourist Guides).

 Please contact us us for a detailed itinerary and latest information.

NOTE: All itineraries are available in Afrikaans – Kindly contact us!

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