About three hours away from Cape Town you’ll find the amazing Cederberg region. This wilderness region consists of a rugged mountain range and a gorgeous nature reserve. This nature reserve stretches from the Middelberg Pass at Citrusdal to north of the Pakhuis Pass at Clanwilliam. The area is over 70 000 hectares of craggy terrain and offers many spectacular views and amazing places.
The Cederberg is so called after the endangered Clanwilliam Cedar, which is a majestic tree which reaches about 6 – 18 meters in height. Cederberg is home to a variety of well-known and impressive rock formations. The area is also rich in fauna and flora while many different types of animals ranging from springboks, rock hyrax, antelopes and more can also be spotted in the area.
Known for its dry, hot summers and wet, beautiful winters Cederberg offers various idyllic accommodations which range from lodges, houses to rent and camping. This part of South Africa is hardly developed and the nature is therefore almost untouched. This is a rare opportunity to explore such natural beauty!
A popular activity in Cederberg (except for relaxing day in and day out) is hiking to the numerous caves and having a look at the wonderful San rock art. Many of the places to hike to and/or visit include Wolfberg Arch and Cracks, Maltese Cross, Tefelberg, Sneeuberg, Sneeukop and Krakadouw peak, Maalgat Pool and Stadsaal Caves.
Cederberg offers so many unforgettable places to see with your loved ones. Nomad Tours will take you on a beautiful Cederberg holiday. We promise that your Cederberg experience will leave you content, rested and happy!