Tour guides in Caledon
Caledon is a tranquil town with a small, tight-knit community that has set up small businesses to service the town and its year-round visitors. The town is largely geared towards agricultural production of wheat, barley, canola, onions, wool, wine and fruit. The town has a large number of historical houses and buildings, mostly from the Victorian era, that have been beautifully restored and lend to the special character of Caledon.
The town owes its origins to the mineral-rich springs on the slopes of the Klein Swartberg. The mineral springs form a major part of the town’s travel and tourism industry, attracting visitors from all around the world. Today, the hot mineral baths form part of the renowned Caledon Casino Hotel & Spa, an elegant establishment known for its warm hospitality and comprehensive, top-quality amenities.
Those seeking guided adventures can enquire at the Caledon, that hosts SA Forest Adventures, a tour operator offering a range of exciting experiences.
Those visitors who might be looking for tour guides of the town and its surroundings should enquire at the Caledon Tourism Information Office located on Cross Street for the possibility of any local residents who offering tours of their farms, the center and its architecture or any other of Caledon’s attractions.
The House Museum on Constitution Street offers visitors a look into Caledon’s past while the Botanical Gardens is a popular tourist attraction worthy of being explored under the guide of a local.
Lying just 120 km from Cape Town, the town of Caledon lends itself to some extraordinary history and natural attractions waiting to be discovered.