The well posted wine route comprises 23 private cellars and 5 co-op wineries. The Bergkelder Cellars has a wine museum and offers excellent wine tours and tasting. Other famous cellars on the Stellenbosch Wine Route are Blaauklippen, Hartenberg, Morgenhof, Spier, Del Air, Zorgvliet, and the historic Lanzerac.
The Dorp Museum in the centre of town helps create a vivid insight into the life of the early Cape Settlers (18th and 19th century). Schreuder Huis is the oldest building in Stellenbosch dating from 1709. Blettermann Huis and Grosvenor House are also well worth a visit.
Hiking, Trout and Bass Fishing
Go for a breathtaking hike to waterfalls and enjoy the local flora in the Jonkershoek Valley (Jonkershoek State Forest and the Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve) which lies east of Stellenbosch.
Take a ride through the magnificent scenic landscape offered in the Coetzenburg area in Stellenbosch. Ponies and carriage tours are offered for children at Spier and Delvera.
• Bukhara – excellent curries and Indian cuisine
• Volkskombuis – traditional Afrikaans cuisine
• De Soete Inval – savoury and sweet pancakes
• Wijnhuis – good food and vintage wine
• Fishmonger – seafood for the soul
• Tokara – gourmet cuisine and stunning views
• 69 Winery Road – “top 20” restaurant with a wide variety
• Moyo – open air or tree house meals in true African style
• Decameron – authentic Italian food
... and many more take-aways and restaurants to choose from.
Various vibrant clubs and pubs are within walking distance.
We arrange all car rentals, safaris, overlander trips, full day excursions, hikes, dives, shark and whale watching, cape peninsula full day tours, etc.