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Travel a bit out of Stellenbosch on the Helshoogte pass on the way to Franschhoek and stop at this wonderful berry farm. Great shop with every jam you can think of and tons of berries. Caters for allergies, diabetics etc.
Sugar free jams available. Wheat and gluten free bread. The restaurant also caters for this. Great cheesecake, Creme Brulee, brownie's. Nice scenery. Tranquil and lovely and very popular. We had to wait for a table. It was on a Saturday might be quieter in the week.
Have a look at the menu on the website and decide for yourself if you can afford to miss this.
Written Apr 16, 2006
Butterfly World, the largest free flying park for butterflies in Southern Africa, opened its doors to the public in November 1996. The concept originated in the UK and such enclosed parks can be found in countries throughout the world. Each year these parks are visited by thousands of visitors and now thanks to the initiative taken by two Capetonian women, South Africans have the opportunity to experience nature at its best.
Butterfly World has a craft shop and the Schmetterling Coffee Garden. Come and see the informative dis- plays and enjoy an experience of a lifetime. Groups are welcome. But- terfly World is open every day of the week from 09:00 till 17:00.
Great care was taken with landscaping the stunning indoor garden, which gives as much pleasure, with all its water features and exotic plants., as the beautiful butterflies flying freely around you. Colourful butterfly-friendly birds complete the lovely tropical garden picture.
The location of Butterfly World on the Route 44 near Klapmuts, just off the N1, is perfect as it lies at the junction of the main Wine Routes of Stellenbosch and Paarl.
There is no time limits on a visit to Butterfly World, and visitors are welcome to take photographs or videos of these beauties. Refreshments and light meals are available from our restaurant, and our craft shop stocks butterfly related goods.
Inside the flight display house, displays depict the life cycle of the butterfly, and if visitors are lucky, they might see a butterfly emerging from its pupa.
The park is open every day of the year except 25 December, and trading hours are 9 to 5, except June, July and August, when the opening hours are 10 to 4.
There are no formal guides, but if a request for a guide is made at ticket sales, we will provide a personnel member who can show the group around. Bookings are not essential, but preferable when a large group is visiting, to ensure personal attention.
Rates (subject to change)
R28 / adult, R15 / child and R70 / family of 2 adults plus 2 children
Written Dec 7, 2008
Phone: +27 21 875 5628
As you head up the track towards Rust en Vrede, watch out for a sign for Annandale on your left.
The wine maker is Hempies du Toit, ex-Springbok and former winemaker at Alto.
The tasting room is a characterful old barn, with glassless windows and swifts flying in and out to their nest. The terriers will demands you throw sticks for them, all the while you are trying some truly unique reds. Watch out for the port!!
More thank likely Hempies will come in and chat, and sign your bottles for you. Wonderful relaxed atmosphere, completely non-touristy. And superb shiraz - buy some!
Updated Sep 16, 2005
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