Take a 4hr tour of the second oldest town in South Africa. Learn about the town’s rich history and cultures. See everything thing the town have to offer from exquisite wines to the beautiful scenery.
Price: R 550.00 per person, excl. service fee
Booking and availability
1ST OCT – 31ST MAR Tours are held 3 times a week on Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am – 1pm
1st APR – 30th Sep Tours are held once a week on Sat from 9am – 1pm Max 10 people per group.
Additional days will be added during periods of high demand.
Please speak to our front office at WedgeView and ask us to book your place.
We do require full payment on booking, cancelations within 48hrs of tour are non refundable.
The Magnificent Mountains and hills surrounding Stellenbosch offer unequalled opportunities for mountain biking.
If you want to exchange the tarmac for a more rugged trail, swooping downhill and winding tracks then the Western Cape has more than enough mountain bike trails for you.
Around the corner from WedgeView, MTB Bottelary Hills part of the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy (BHRC) offers some great Mountain biking trails. The closest official starting point from WedgeView is Overgaauw Wine Estate, but you can also start and buy your permit at Middelvlei Wine Estate or Zevenwacht Wine Estate.Website
For a bit of an adrenaline shot, why don’t you try your waterskiing skills at BLUE ROCK Water Sports. Other options are Wake-boarding or knee-boarding, which is great for kids of 6 and older.
BLUE ROCK is situated on the beautiful slopes of the Helderberg Mountains, a stone’s throw away from Sir Lowry’s Pass, Somerset West and Gordon’s Bay and only 25 minutes from WedgeView.
Lake Blue Rock is the only lake in Cape Town with crystal clear water and a depth of 60 metre, which is ideal for commercial and scuba diving. In summer, the water temperature reaches up to 26°C.
The Cable (the over-head pulling system) is made for kneeboarding, waterskiing and wakeboarding but surfing on a door or barefoot skiing has been seen before too! You can either bring your own equipment or hire some out. The only requirement is that you are able to swim. It is also a popular destination for kite boarders on a windless day. For advanced riders, Blue Rock is one of the biggest obstacle parks in the world. For beginners, there are skilled instructors for assistance. Depending on the weather, night skiing is offered on a Friday evening from 7pm – 9pm. School outings are made possible with subsidised tariffs.
The Blue Rock Restaurant and Café has a wide variety of Mediterranean dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner accompanied by homemade desserts.
The Badi (our beach area) is great for relaxing, tanning and socialising. For the children, there is shallow water, a children’s playground and a trampoline. Shaded areas, umbrellas and deck chairs are available for hire. The other activities at Blue Rock are: volleyball, 6-7 metre high rock jumping point, 400 metre long fufi-slide as well as an enduro motocross track and a paintball field.Website