Outdoor Activities in Greyton and Genadendal
Nestled amongst the mountains, rivers and farmlands in Theewaterskloof, Greyton and Genadendal offer an abundance of outdoor adventures. From racing through the forests on your MTB, and paddling along rivers on your kayak to simply taking a walk along a nature trail to discover local birdlife, there’s an incredible opportunity waiting outdoors in Greyton and Genadendal. Suitable for an array of tastes, needs, fitness levels and ages, finding something to do in this part of the world is easy.
The Gobos River provides the opportunity to go kayaking and fishing while the nature reserve opens its doors to bird watching and hiking. The Greyton and Genadendal area is fast becoming known to be an MTB destination with off-road trails for both adrenalin junkies and families with small children.
Thrill seekers can also look to quad biking or horse riding for a memorable adventure. As an area that’s so rich in natural resources, it’s easy to say that there’s a host of things to do in Greyton and Genadendal.
Greyton and Genadendal form part of an area in the Overberg region known as Theewaterskloof. You can stay in Greyton and Genadendal and still enjoy the festivals and other entertainment choices at any of the other towns in the surrounding area, without feeling that you’ve missed out. But most people flock here to enjoy the amazing natural attractions of the surrounding countryside, it really is a hub for some of the region’s most spectacular outdoor adventures.
The local community in Greyton and Genadendal enjoys these attractions all year round. In fact, you can also find special interest clubs and groups that are always looking for members to join in on the fun. From lawn bowls and golf to horse riding and MTB, you can easily get involved and while you are at it, make new friends. In fact, many of these local clubs host their own events and workshops.
And these outdoor activities aren’t limited to sporting events and adventures, you can also enjoy strolling through weekly food markets and attending massive music festivals. Greyton and Genadendal have something to do for the whole family!
Best of all, with a host of accommodation options available, you don’t have to give up your creature comforts to enjoy yourself when visiting Greyton and Genadendal. So, pack your helmets, cameras, hiking shoes, bikes or golf clubs because an exciting outdoor adventure awaits!