Franschhoek may be South Africa’s Gourmet Capital, but at some point you are bound to want to explore further than our award-winning restaurants and wineries. If the options are simply too many for you to decide, contact one of our local tour operators who have distilled what’s available into itineraries for all tastes. For the more energetic there are numerous walking trails in the surrounding mountains – particularly in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve. You can also hire a bicycle and explore on your own, or go wine tasting on horseback if you think you’ll be steady enough! Should you feel like testing the waters there are a number of trout fishing spots in various streams and dams in the area where you could catch your own dinner.
Franschhoek Rond en Bont Route
The Franschhoek Wine Valley is proud to announce its Community Tourism Route. The route encourages visitors to experience the diversity of this beautiful valley. Our various communities welcome visitors with open arms and they are eager to share their heritage. The route boasts a rich cultural history. It covers a large area of the Franschhoek Wine Valley and includes communities such as Dwarsrivier, Wemmershoek, Bosbou, Groendal, Mooiwater, Tyotyombeni, neighbouring farms as well as the town of the Franschhoek.
For more information on the different tours and activities visit our Franschhoek Rond en Bont Route page. For any bookings information or enquiries contact Franschhoek Wine Valley Tel: 021 876 2861 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.