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The Karoo is a pristine landscape characterised by expansive arid plains and mountain ranges. This dry, barren region is sprinkled with historic towns, hardy wildlife, fossils and rock art and a wine route and offers interesting activities for the young-at-heart.
Cape West Coast
Stretching from Blaauwberg in the south to Namaqualand in the north, the Cape West Coast region comprises 44 small towns along the southwestern coast of South Africa within the Western Cape Province.
The Cape Winelands region is the source of many legendary Cape wines, the produce of row upon row of grapevines, many of which were first planted hundreds of years ago.
The Cape Overberg – also known as the Whale Coast – occupies the southernmost region of South Africa, with the Cape Winelands to the north and the Cape Garden Route and Klein Karoo to the east.
Garden Route & Klein Karoo
The incredible contrast between the Cape Province’s verdant Garden Route and the adjoining desiccated Klein Karoo reflects the influence of South Africa’s topography and climate on its vegetation.