Activities

Although the majestic Cedarberg mountain ranges are beckoning adventure, the resort offers a host of exciting activities to keep guests of all ages and interests entertained.

  • BIRD WATCHING
  • PUTT-PUTT
  • ARCHERY
  • HIKING TRAILS
  • ZIP-LINE
  • OUTDOOR CHESS
 

Archery

Would you like to step into the shoes of Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest? Both a gratifying recreational activity and a thrilling competitive sport, archery has something to offer the novice and the adventurous expert. Every session is carefully overseen by our instructors. They will lead you through every step of the experience, from how to hold the bow and arrow to how to aim and fire at a static target. Archery is suitable for the family to enjoy together, including children, as long as they are able to hold a bow. No experience is required.

 

Hebron wine & rooibos

Hebron offers lovely Wine & Rooibos Tea tastings combined with food pairings at their lovely location at the top of the Piekenierskloof Pass. The best the Cederberg has to offer all combined into a cullinary splendour.

 

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing can be done all over the Cederberg. It offers the climbers a wide range of routes ranging from beginner to difficult. The environment is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, and a national heritage site, known well preserved San Rock Art.

 

Cape Flower Route

In addition to citrus production and natural hot water springs, Citrusdal also forms part of the Cape Flower Route – a stream of flowers engulfs the surrounding area between July and October. With over 4000 flower species any enthusiast or onlooker will appreciate this spectacle.

 

9 Hole Golf

Take the Peninsula All-Suite Hotel’s free shuttle into the vibrant city centre. Here, you can pound the streets of Loop, Long or Bree, eating your way through a plethora of restaurants and picking up some new souvenirs at the contemporary art galleries and antique shops. If you are looking for some authentic arts and crafts head to the ever bustling Greenmarket Square, where local African traders sell their handmade crafts. If you’re up for some history, a visit to the Iziko Slave Lodge comes highly recommended.

     

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