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André guided our group from the Regent Seven Seas Explorer in December 2018. The group consisted of travelers mostly in the 65+ age group ... MoreReview for André Gildenhuys, Tour guide in Worcester, South Africa
Maher is Lekker man! He is a very respectful and positive person who's knowledge of South Africa, particularly Cape Town, is perfect for any ... MoreReview for Maher Edwards, Tour guide in Worcester, South Africa
Andreas is the most popular and knowledgeable nature guide that I have ever encountered. He was for many years the leading environmental education ... MoreReview for Andreas Groenewald, Tour guide in Worcester, South Africa
Nestled behind walls and walls of spikey mountains and looming massifs at the heart of the Western Cape, the country town of Worcester ticks over to the sounds of rustling grape vines and ‘howzat’ cricket cries.
It’s perhaps primarily known for its place at the heart of the famous cellar door trail of the Cape Winelands, boasting its own tasting route of no fewer than 11 vineyards. But the delicacies don’t stop there either, because amidst the pretty Dutch colonial homes and old railway buildings of the 19th century, visitors can also find award-winning olive farms and classic Karoo bistros touting regional lamb cuts and in-house whites and reds to boot.
And once your palate is overloaded with flavours, and you simply can’t take any more of those breath-taking panoramas encompassing the snow-tipped Hex River Mountains and passes of Du Toitskloof, then be sure to ask your Worcester tour guide about the Kleinplasie Living Open Air Museum, where it’s possible to unravel the unexpected European threads of this mountain city’s curious human history.