Dwarsrivier is nestled in the Banhoek Valley between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek and lends itself to walking tours along historic oak-lined lanes and a variety of hiking trails, canoeing, fishing, farm experiences, cultural, arts and crafts, picnics and, most importantly, it is part of the world-renowned Stellenbosch Wine Route.

Close by is Franschhoek, known as the ‘gourmet capital’ of South Africa and culinary delights await even the most discerning of diners in one of a myriad restaurants, bistros and coffee shops. Many wine estates offer accommodation and restaurants where both traditional and fine dining may be enjoyed.

Neighbouring Stellenbosch is a culinary and wine destination of note, where the experiences and attractions are practically unlimited. There is creativity everywhere here. And this is evident when you seek out the markets, bistros, eateries, fine dining restaurants and wine farms all around. The choices are endless.

Dwarsrivier is the perfect stop over when wanting to see the Cape Winelands.

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