The sun slipping from a golden-hued valley, rose-ringed wine farms, organic goods made with love, and tangible local pride are all characteristics of the town of McGregor, found just off of the popular wine route of Route 62 in the Western Cape.
Try the Oyster Bar at the popular Oyster Box Hotel in Umhlanga. Open from 7am to 11pm, the bar lends itself to teas with freshly baked scones during the daylight hours and post-work drinks or pre-dinner sundowners in the evening.
The exceptional beers and ciders that it has been brewing for close on 10 years have made it a landmark on the craft beer map, and no time spent in Clarens is complete without a visit to the Clarens Brewery.
Local “craft” no longer just refers to those souvenirs and ornaments you pick up on your travels. The unique beers and wines being “crafted” across South Africa have also become a part of this country’s offering.
Guava trees – some over 70 years old – line the avenues that lead into Babylonstoren’s food and flower garden. Dripping with yellow and green fruit, the trees are just one of many collections that have taken root in this growers’ paradise.
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