Baardskeerdersbos is about 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Cape Town, a a well-known city in South Africa.
See why Western Cape is so beloved by travelers from all four corners of the globe, by experiencing the cornucopia of cultural and scenic attractions surrounding Baardskeerdersbos. If you have some extra time, head 13 miles (21 kilometers) to Gansbaai. Here you can pay a visit to the Gansbaai Harbor and Danger Point Lighthouse.
Franschhoek, is another interesting spot to head to. It is about 55 miles (89 kilometers) from Baardskeerdersbos and offers a wide range of points of interest, including Allee Bleue Estate, La Motte Estate and Backsberg Estate Cellars. Don't return to Baardskeerdersbos until you've stopped by Franschhoek's Boschendal Estate, Solms-Delta Wine Estate and Huguenot Monument.
World travelers understand that exploring local food a wonderful way to really get to the heart of an area. Karoo lamb as well as venison are commonly used as features in local dishes here. For those who enjoy a nice cold beer or two, try out Aardwolf. It's a commonly enjoyed brew in in Western Cape. Many people don't consider a meal is complete unless they've tried the wine common in a region. Have a taste of Pinotage or Sauvignon Blanc.
Your time in Western Cape will reward you with wonderful photos and delightful memories that will last a lifetime.