Oudtshoorn has been called South Africa`s tourism capitol, and with good reason.
The town has been blessed with the greatest variety of tourist attractions imaginable.
The peculiar ostrich, the breathtaking Cango Caves, majestic mountain ranges, the unspoilt natural environment, culinary adventure, wine tasting and Yamkela Guesthouse.
You can relax in the tranquil landscaped garden with swimming pool.
A 24-hour reception desk will provide you with all information needed. Car rental, reservation of restaurants or what ever the need maid be, we will be happy to assist you.
Snow covered in winter, the pass is also the basis of some excellent hiking trails.
Although not yet fully explored, a significant portion of the caves are open to visitors, with professional guides, lights and steps over the more difficult sections, there is also a restaurant and gift shop for the convenience of visitors.
Cango Wildlife Ranch:
Experience a fascinating tour of fact and fable as you venture into the crocodile enclosures, or visit the snake park which accommodates an interesting collection of reptiles such as the giant albino python and the prehensile tailed snake.
Meiringspoort - De Rust:
This is the only spot known in the world where the conglomerate stone enon appears above the earth. Take the 1 and a half hiking trail on the farm to explore.
At the intersection of Voortrekker street N12 and R62, with Langenhoven N12 and Baron van Reede street R328.
Turn into Baron van Reede to the Cango Caves R328.
Yamkela is on the left approximately 1 km from this intersection, opposite the African Sky Oudtshoorn Hotel and Resort and the Dros Restaurant.
* 95 Baron van Reede Street, Oudtshoorn.