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The region includes the towns of Aurora, Eendekuil, Goedverwacht, Piketberg, Porterville, Redelinghuys, Velddrif (including Dwarskersbos) and Wittewaters.The Bergrivier sub-region is named after one of the major rivers of the Western Cape. The Berg River starts in the Franschhoek Mountains and eventually flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Velddrif. Explore Bergrivier, a colourful and diverse destination with bird watching, hiking and angling, and experience the perfect combination of nature and tranquility!
Known as The Mother City. Cape Town is famous for Table Mountain, Clifton Beach and Robben Island. The “Mother City” with its spectacular beaches, exciting nightlife and abundance of character and charm.
The region includes the towns of Citrusdal, Clanwilliam, Elands Bay, Graafwater, Lamberts Bay, Leipoldtville and Wupperthal. The region offers a rich natural heritage, fruit-filled valleys and towering mountains. The beautiful Olifants River Valley, with its snaking irrigation canals, sustains a large citrus industry which is a hive of activity during winter harvest time. This is also Rooibos Tea country and the only place in the world where this healthy beverage naturally grown.
Akoerabis - the place of great noise. Orange River thunders over a 56 metre high rock face into a deep granite bowl. Tours of vineyards are on offer, and during harvest season the meticulous task of handling export grapes is on show. One of the 7 wonders of Southern Africa as proclaimed by Hedley Chilvers 1929. Winemakers and grape farmers can be met Augrabies Flat Rock Lizard

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