One of the best ways to explore South Africa’s fifth oldest town – the daily guided walking tour allows visitors to explore the most fascinating highlights of Graaff-Reinet, including a number of national monuments, in about 90 minutes.
What to expect
The tour commences at the Graaff-Reinet Tourism Office, situated in the Old Library Museum, on the corner of Church Street and Somerset Street.
Graaff-Reinet is home to more national monuments than any other town or city in South Africa. It is also known for being a flourishing market for agricultural produce. It is the fifth-oldest town in South Africa, after Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Paarl then Swellendam. The town was the centre of a short-lived republic in the late 18th century.
David McNaughton of Karoo Connections is an expert local historian and offers a variety of tailor-made tours of the town.
Ask about adding on excursions to the famous Obesa Nursery or the Valley of Desolation.
Our team at reception at the Drostdy Hotel or Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve can easily arrange this tour.
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