Places of Interest: Since 1687, Paarl has been known as the pearl of the Cape Winelands. This history is prolifically found amongst its people and evidenced on many a street corner.
Today Paarl is exceptionally proud of the fact that Mr. Nelson Mandela began our country's 'long walk to freedom' from Paarl, and the peace he has brought is a wonder for all.
The origins of the Afrikaans language are commemorated by the impressive monument built on the summit of Paarl mountain. Activities/facilities nearby Adventure sports Bar/Entertainment Bird watching Cricket clubs Dry cleaner.
(Facilities available on request ) Flyfishing Game farm Golf course (Many International Golf Courses in close proximity) Gym / fitness centre Hiking and nature trails (Paarl mountain reserve, du Toits kloof and many other trails) Historical sites (Site where Mr. Nelson Mandela took our country's walk to freedom.)
Horse riding Internet caf Laundromat Mountain biking Nature reserve Post office Restaurants/Sidewalk cafe Rugby clubs Shopping centre Tennis court Wine farm (The estate is a wine farm and tours conducted to other wineries in area.)
For a lazy night in we have books, puzzles and games to amuse.
Travel east on N1 from Cape Town to R44 junction (Stellenbosch; Klapmuts; Wellington. Turn left on R44 travelling 15km to 4-way stop at junction with R45.
Turn right on R45 for two km pass large dam and 100m past sign "Snake Park" turn left into Nuwedrif Rd to entrance of NWANEDI ESTATE.