Ceres is one of those little villages in South Africa that everyone loves to visit. It is particularly popular in wintertime due to the snow it receives and its close proximately to Cape Town.During winter when snowfalls occur which are low and heavy enough to be reached by road please contact the Ceres Tourism Bureau who will advise you on the...more
The name "Togryers Museum" originated from the great influence that the transport riders had on the development of Ceres. The completion of Michell's Pass in 1848 made the town accessible to wagons, and the main routes to the diamond fields passing through Ceres. This lasted until the railway line to the north by-passed Ceres.In the museum the...more
The restaurant at Kagga Kama is a must. They do a braai (BBQ) there and have various meets on offer. Quite a number of game is offered. Nice homemade bread and other delicacies are offered. Value for money. They light the fires which gives this place a great atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: Venison steak.
Ceres Fruit Growers has one of the biggest packsheds for fresh fruit in the Southern Hemisphere. Here a tourist can see the process of washing, sorting, and packaging of fruit. Ceres Fruit Juices is known worldwide for their 100% pure fruit juice. Wear a long skirt or pants and closed shoes. Booking essential. Tours Mondays to Thursdays at 10 am &...more
The climate in Ceres is characterised by a major temperature variance between the summer maximums and the winter minimums. January and February are regarded as the hottest months of the year with an average maximum of 29,9°C measured during February whilst the average minimum of 2,4°C is measured during July. Ceres falls within a Mediterranean...more