A quick post from my side, and once again - images I have been meaning to share on the blog for some time. An escape to the Cederberg is always a great way to get out of the city and enjoy a it of the wild outdoors. Ideal if you’re already in Cape Town, the Cederberg region is a mere 3 hours out of town, and always well worth the visit.
This was my third visit to the area, and definitely not the last if I have anything to say about it. Below is a mix of digital images shot on the Canon 200D, and colour film images on my Minolta X-300s using a roll of Fujichrome Sensia 100- (expired).
Scroll to the end of the post for a list of my recommended places to visit. By no means an exhaustive list, but nevertheless useful. Please keep in mind that it’s best to travel in a 4x4 or raised vehicle - some roads may be smooth but others quite rough.
Digital Images - Canon EOS 200D
Typical Cederberg views…
Sunset near the end of an awesome Cederberg Roadtrip
Below: In frame… @Costab (Twitter)
Some flowers that caught my eye…
Cederberg Bushman Painting Wallpaper
Colour Film Images - Minolta X-300s
Below: In frame... @dewaldschlebusch (Instagram)
When you’re in the Cederberg…
Algeria Rest Camp camping and chalets)
Delicious craft beer at Nieuwbrew (includes restaurant and visitors centre)
Stadsaal Roack Art and Caves (must-see)
Wolfberg Arch (hike)
The Maltese Cross (hike)
Cederberg Wines (wine tasting)
Remember there’s often a gem of a place right on your door-step. And if you venture just a little further you’ll likely find even more!