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Ceres

Ceres, Witzenberg Valley,Western Cape Ceres is at the heart of one of the oldest and most important fruit producing regions of South Africa, specialising in peaches, pears, apples, plums and grapes. The area has four distinct biomes, each with its own character. The ‘Warm Bokkeveld’ is a wide fertile agricultural valley which encloses Ceres and Prince Alfred’s Hamlet – the hub of the potato and onion packing industry. The Bo-Swaarmoed area, east of Ceres, is famous for its cherry picking in season, the Matroosberg Private N...

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What the one-trick ponies taught the donkeys at Eselfontein

What the one-trick ponies taught the donkeys at Eselfontein

Ceres provided a beautiful, if not erratic, backdrop for singlespeed domination of a different kind. A shimmering beauty

A shimmering beauty

For decades the Tankwa Karoo National Park south of Calvinia was more or less off-limits to visitors while the veld was given ... HorseAbout Horse Riding Trails and Riding School, Tulbagh

HorseAbout Horse Riding Trails and Riding School, Tulbagh

The Tulbagh area is ideal for horse riding – the magnificent scenery of working wine and fruit farms and the mountainside ... View Tourism Articles