Discover the magnificence of the Cape West Coast and take on a road trip into one of the most underrated tourist attractions in South Africa. West Coast Way has put together 6 breath taking routes which will make you fall right in love with our beautiful West Coast.
A unique collection of adventure-filled self-drive routes are an ideal way for friends and family to take precious time out together and enjoy whatever tickles your fancy be it:
- The NEW Cape Way Route
- The Foodie Route
- Culture Route
- Berg Route
- Tractor Route
- and the off-the-beaten-track Wild Route - with a Sustainable Seafood Track and People Rocking Nature Track…
Each route has been designed with great care and will take you to a selection of unique towns, locations and attractions off the main arteries-R27 and N7 highways which service the Cape West Coast.
We are blessed with the biggest natural garden in spring. For miles on end one can see the wild flowers blooming, fields of white flowers and next to it, fields of orange. The people living on the Weskus are another blessing, for nowhere else in this country will you get friendlier and heartier people than here. They speak the Afrikaans language with a typical burr, that you will find only here and not in other parts of South Africa, humorous people and a lot of fun - when you get to know them. The West Coast is famous for its food, wine and craft beer produced sustainably from the land.
Head Out On Our 6 Free, Fun and Easy Self-Drive Routes
Whether you are interested in discovering the culture and history of the region or prefer to eat your way through all the amazing restaurants and farm stalls, or are an adrenaline junkie - the West Coast Way will not disappoint. Better yet, you can design your very own #WestCoastTwist. There is a plethora of activities, attractions and experiences that will entice you back, time and again. See and experience something with a different twist on each adventure! Choose from a variety of accommodation - B&B, self-catering, caravanning and camping places. Go fishing, mountain biking and birding. Take family and friends on a heritage walk on Mamre Werf and follow nature trails through the rich biodiversity.