The High Cederberg

Cederberg Ridge offers a semi-full day excursion into the “High Cederberg” every three days, which is highly recommended.

Enjoy the sights of the High Cederberg on a guided excursion to Stadsaal caves, rock art and wine-tasting at Cederberg Cellars

High Cederberg 

Enjoy the view

Enjoy the all-encompassing mountain scenery, wonderful wine-tasting at Cederberg Wine Cellars and unique rock formations and rock art at Stadsaal caves.

Starting with a scenic mountain pass drive, we admire ancient rock art and the Stadsaal rock formations.

Cederberg mountains

Stadsaal Caves

Explore Rock formations

Stadsaal caves has some of the best preserved San Bushmen rock art in the Cederberg. Afterwards explore the caves with their curious rock formations. It’s a delight for all keen photographers. 

Afterwards we stop for a picnic lunch on the river bank, perhaps take a dip in the natural rock pools in summer.

Cederberg Cellars

Award-winning Wines

Next we enjoy some delicious award-winning Cederberg Wines at their cellars. Cederberg Cellars are the highest wine estate in South Africa. And also one of the best, with several award-winning wines, which are naturally on our wine list! 

Afterwards we meander home in time for a late afternoon siesta or swim in the pool.

Exploring independently

Self-drive adventure

But the timing of our guided tour may not suit your visit.  So you can also take this scenic self-drive adventure independently.

Maalgat. Or even the hike up to its waterfall, if you set off early enough. 

Notes for independent visitors.

The central high Cederberg is all gravel road, so you may prefer to do this in a SUV-type vehicle? But it is accessible for all types of cars, except after heavy rain.

Cedarberg Cellars and Kromrivier are not open on Saturday afternoon or Sunday.