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The Overberg region in the Western Cape of South Africa begins after cresting the Hollands-Hottentot Mountains in the west and extends along the southern coast to reach the Riversdale area in the east. It’s a vast... Show more

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Overberg Reviews

4.2 out of 5

Andrew Connold

Many nature reserves for walking and birding. A few wine farms such as Sijnn which is unique and worth visiting. Many other historic and tourist pl...

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Overberg Reviews

Andrew Connold
07 January 2019

Many nature reserves for walking and birding. A few wine farms such as Sijnn which is unique and worth visiting. Many other historic and tourist places of interest in the Southern Cape which can be easily reached on a good road network, however, travelling on good quality dirt roads must be expected.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Heather Keys
05 November 2018

The beautiful scenery, hiking and cycling trails.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Ayesha Abrahams
14 October 2018

Friendliness of the people in Overberg.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Desiree du Plessis
03 September 2018

Marloth Nature Reserve and the Bontebok National park.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Saskia Valente
15 August 2018

The food!

Okay. 3 out of 5

More info about Overberg

The Overberg region in the Western Cape of South Africa begins after cresting the Hollands-Hottentot Mountains in the west and extends along the southern coast to reach the Riversdale area in the east. It’s a vast area consisting of pristine fynbos, wheat fields, livestock farms, apple orchards and spectacular coastline flanked by the Langeberg range of mountains and the warm Indian Ocean.

The word Overberg means Over the Mountain in Dutch and was for many years an obstacle in the path of Dutch expansion. Negotiating the Hollands-Hottentot Mountains was a major problem and it was only after the Sir Lowry’s Pass was established in 1830 that the area began to flourish.

Travellers to the Overberg are greeted to rambling green fields with a vast mountain range ever present in the north. Charming towns and interesting road stalls are dotted along the way and the coast is only a short detour off the main highway.

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