Things to see

There is a beautiful scenic drive which leads to the top section of the farm, but this is only accessible in a 4x4 vehicle. This upper section of the farm consists of 60 ha of rooibos tea plantings and 260 ha of unspoilt fynbos gorges and wild flowers in season. Hundred-year-old wild olive trees (more commonly know as olienhout trees) can be found wedged between the rocks. There is also an old hollow rock cave which can be used for a picnic or, for those who really want to "rough it", as an overnight camping spot.

•  Bushman rock art
   Please arrage with Thys during your stay to visit to the rock art site on the farm.

•  Donkey Cart Trails  - overnight or day trips into the Cederberg Wilderness

•  Winery
    Our neighboring farm,  Alpha Excelsior Country Winery,
    may be visited by appointment.
    Please arrange in advance with Connie or Liz Du Toit
    Tel: 027 482 2700

•  Sevilla Rock Art Trail
    (4km on route to Wuperthal).
   Tel: 027 4821824

•  Wupperthal 
   Wupperthal is situated about 49km from the
   farm in the remote Tra-Tra valley on the edge
   of the Cederberg Wilderness Area.
   The town dates back to 1830 and
   was established by German Rhenish missionaries,
   Baron Theobold von Wurmb and
   Johann Gottlieb Leipoldt,
   who was a shoemaker by trade and grandfather of
   famous South African poet Louis Leipoldt.
   Information office - Tel: 027 492 3410 
   www.wupperthal.co.za









West Coast Tourism - Facility or Activity 2012