Caledon Museum
The Caledon Museum is split into two buildings depicting very different parts of local history.

Caledon Wildflower Trail
The Caledon Wildflower Trail within the Caledon Wildflower Reserve, is a 10km hike through natural mountain fynbos, up to the summit of the Swartberg.

Dassiesfontein Farm Stall
Dassiesfontein is a fully licensed restaurant and traditional farmer's fare situated in the heart of the Overberg. From humble beginnings 12 years ago, we sold homemade goods from two wagons next to the N2.

Off Road Go-Karting In Caledon
Get your adrenaline pumping in a fun off road Go-Kart race. While others are on the track you can sit alongside the grassy banks, admire the magnificent scenery and enjoy a picnic while cheering on your team .

Von Brakel Stoor
The Von Brakel Stoor is an authentic, historical farm stall, on a lone stand, along the Caledon / Napier route.

Caledon Blue Crane Route
The Caledon farmers grouped together to protect the Blue Crane bird and increase tourism in the area, establishing the Caledon Blue Crane Route, which allows visitors to see the blue crane in its natural habitat.

Shaw's Pass
Also known as Shaw's Mountain Pass, this passage into the Overberg links the Hemel en Aarde valley outside Hermanus to Caledon.

Venster Kloof Nature Garden
Venster Kloof Nature Garden, also known as the Caledon Wildflower Garden, is a wonderful space in which to spend a little time.

Caledon Casino and spa
The Caledon Casino,  Hotel and Spa is nestled in the picturesque area outside Caledon in the Western Cape, with views of the Klein Swartberg mountains.  There is something for everyone – whether you are in search of an exciting gaming experience at the casino, or are looking to relax and rejuvenate at the spa, with it’s mineral rich Khoisan pools and indulgent treatments on offer.

Natural Warm Mineral Baths

The mineral rich hot springs produces over a million litres of water daily and has an average temperature at source of 65 degrees Celsius. The distinctive brown colour of the water is due to the rich iron content, known as chalybeate. The oily layers found on the surface of the pools is due to the high mineral content of the spring waters and varies in density from time to time depending on weather conditions. The mineral pools are completely drained and filled every week giving our guests the very best of the hot spring waters in the pools.

Caledon Golf Club
The 9 hole course with its beautiful views of the Overberg can be a big challenge for any golfer. With a lush eucalyptus forest in the center of the course which is in play for 5 of the 9 holes you beter make sure you have a rough iron in your bag. With only 4 sand bunkers and 1 water hole these two obstacles will be the least of your worries.