Wellington and off-the-beaten track must be mentioned in the same sentence. The OFF-THE-BEATEN TRACK MEANDER which is only a stone’s throw from the town and all its offerings, provides visitors with the opportunity to visit the only commercial whisky distillery in Africa, The James Sedgwick Distillery, or to relax in the countryside with the hustle and bustle of city life far away in the distance.
Jacaranda Wine – and Guest Farm is one of the smallest registered wine estates in the country. The wine tastings, available by appointment only, are done on the winemaker’s stoep by the man himself. If you’re lucky enough to visit during jacaranda season (from late September to November), you might like to book a stay in one of their two farm cottages. connectivity hotspot max crack
The James Sedgwick Distillery operating as the only commercial whisky distillery in is home to the internationally award-winning range of Three Ships and Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky
Visitors can explore the true passion and craftsmanship of South Africa’s whiskies, come to understand the art of whisky-making, learn about the history of the distillery spanning 130 years as well as to taste some of the world’s finest malts and grains. They are open on selected dates and times for distillery tours and food pairings and are limited to 10 people and are offered at set-times (10am and 2pm) on a Friday and Saturday to ensure a more personal and exclusive experience.
It’s like stepping into a scene from Jurassic Park, with the once extinct quagga and other wildlife roaming the natural fynbos landscape at Bontebok Ridge Reserve. They are driven by their heart for conservation and a passion for the land where fynbos grows and antelope roam. Staff are like family and visitors are made to feel right at home. Experience a unique game drive where you can see eland, wildebeest, red hartebeest, blue cranes, springbuck, duiker, grysbuck, grey rhebuck and quagga and enjoy an overnight stay at their wooden cottage accommodation right by the dam to experience the beauty of the surrounds for longer.
Pop in at Oukaya Farm Stall & Nursery situated on the R44 and experience small town friendliness whilst shopping. Stock up on a vast array of delicious farm stall products as well as plants for those of you who have green fingers at their cacti and succulent nursery.
Surrounded by an olive farm Villamar Restaurant and Coffee Roastery houses an Italian style eatery, a coffee roastery and they also sell their extra virgin olive oil and their homemade creamy gelato. This is where an Italian heritage and passion for food culminates in a vibrant culinary expression of a “farm to plate” focus. Book a coffee tasting with them and learn all about the coffee belt, coffee cherry, coffee bean varieties, harvesting and processing methods. One of their clued-up coffee connoisseurs will give you a full description of the coffee process as well as an interactive guide to brewing coffee.
There is nothing as free and exhilarating as being 9000 feet above the Cape Winelands. Skydive Two Oceans are home to a team of passionate experts with a drive for excellence in service delivery, safety and adventure. As the plane climbs to altitude, you’ll enjoy incredible views of the surrounding winelands, the beautiful Table Mountain, and two sparkling blue oceans. Experience tandem skydiving at its best.
The renovated cellar at Bovlei Wines on Bainskloof Road acts as the tasting room for Wellington Wines, a collaboration between Bovlei, Wamakersvallei and the Wellington Co-Operative. With its homely atmosphere and relaxed, comfortable aesthetic, it’s the perfect place to indulge in an interesting pairing option while drinking in the vineyard views.
The Wellington Golf Club was established in 1908. It is a well-manicured nine-hole golf course with a par 72rating. The club is well known for its warm hospitality, casual facilities and friendly members.