Robertson Wine Valley

Robertson Wine Valley on the popular Route 62, is just 90 minutes from Cape Town.  This wide valley with the Breede River running through it is mesmerising.  Rolling vine covered hills and a landscape of beautiful roses create a stunning backdrop for a destination that offers so much.

Cape Route 62 is the tourist route in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa, that meanders between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn, the Langkloof and Port Elizabeth.

Cape Route 62 Map

It’s an area of magnificent landscapes and towering cliffs, crystal clear streams and an abundance of trees and indigenous flora – all contributing to make Paarl, Wellington, the Breede River Valley, Klein Karoo and Langkloof some of South Africa’s most diverse regions.



The easily accesible towns, nestled along the valleys, all offer ample opportunity for discovery. From visits to wineries and game reserves, tribal art, cultural tours, museums and for the more adventurous: hiking trails and mountain climbing, 4×4 routes, canoeing, horse riding, even ostrich riding, fishing and caving.


For a fully immersive private day tour experience, incorporating Cape Route 62, try our private Robertson Wine Valley Day Tour with a personal driver/guide and vehicle at your disposal.




Departs Daily at 08h00  •  Returns at ±18h00
* Note: Entrance fees for own account

Head out to Robertson on this unforgettable day travelling via Paarl and Worcester. The Robertson Wine Valley has so much to offer, including free wine tasting at any of the 47 wineries, Olive Tours and Tasting, Cheese shops, and short river cruises on the Breede River. The Breede river is the lifeline of the area by supporting the main industry, agriculture, and there is plenty to do on and around the river. The Bird Park is ideal for families and children, with over 260 exotic birds, monkeys, crocodiles and ponies.  The kids will be well entertained while you relax and enjoy something from the coffee shop. The town is also home to the famous Brandy Distillery called Klipdrift. Brandy was first distilled in this area in 1938. Pop in for a distillery tour and brandy tasting and get an idea of how brandy is made.

Your Experience Highlights:

  • Paarl
  • Worcestor
  • Wine tasting
  • Olive oil tasting
  • River cruise
  • Bird Park
  • Distillery tour
  • Brandy tasting

Remember to stop by at least one of the ‘padstalle’ offering local goods to nibble on, on your way back. Stroll down any of the small towns’ main streets to see local works of arts and craft, taste locally roasted coffee, or buy wines from the area at cellar door prices.

Available on request basis only.

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