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The Cederberg Wilderness is a legendary destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The spectacular rock formations, unique plant life, rock-art and serene silence bring visitors back again and again.
For the first two nights we stay in cosy chalets at a remote guest farm deep in the mountains. The friendly staff, excellent food and clear fresh air combine to make this a very comfortable base for exploring the area.
We go on short outings to visit interesting scenic areas, such as the Stadsaal Caves, an ancient rock-art site and some of the most impressive rock formations in the area. You will learn more about the geology of these fascinating mountains, and your guide will point out some of the unique plants and flowers.
Later we tour through the central Cederberg to stay in the village of Clanwilliam. From here we explore the northern valleys of the Cederberg. Highlights include superb mountain scenery and fantastic rock formations.
We now head westward to the coast to enjoy the fresh air of the Atlantic shores. There are many highlights during our stay, including a river cruise, West Coast Fossil Park, Cape Columbine, Paternoster and many more.
On this tour you can enjoy the scenery and attractions at an easy pace, while having the choice to opt for longer walks with your guide to explore further. If you need a getaway to “recharge your batteries” and de-stress, this is for you!
View our comprehensive Cederberg and West Coast Itinerary here.
For more information about this tour please fill out the form on our Contact Page and one of our consultants will be in touch with you.
Mount Ceder Lodge – 2 nights
Clanwilliam – 1 night
Doring Bay – 1 night
Velddrif – 2 nights
Price for 2020
R16 500.00 per person sharing
R17 450.00 for a single person
All tour prices are subject to change, but once booked and the deposit paid, the price applicable at time of confirmation (excluding airfares/taxes) will remain immune from any possible price increases.