Clanwilliam is a quaint little town found in the northern section of the Cederberg Wilderness. The Cederberg Wilderness is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, which is a World Heritage site. The Cederberg Mountain range, that runs approximately 100km through the Wilderness area, is famous for its richly coloured jagged sandstone outcrops and strange rock formations. With a protected area of over 170,000ha the Cederberg is one of the most undisturbed areas in South Africa. The 18km long Clanwilliam Dam is a stunning body of water that offers the opportunity for many water sports including water skiing, canoeing and fishing. Along with the stunning views and fabulous array of flora and fauna, the Cederberg is also famous for its amazing rock art, painted by the SAN Bushmen. The rock paintings exhibit the legacy left by the SAN hunter-gatherers that lived in the Cederberg thousands of years ago. Tours are available to visit some of the most significant and impressive sites
Ndedema Lodge is a 4-star guesthouse situated in Clanwilliam. It offers 6 artistically decorated rooms all en-suite, with airconditioning and a minibar. Enjoy a swim in the refreshing swimming pool or relax at the large garden. Ndedema Lodge is a peaceful accommodation to return to after a day of exploring Clanwilliam and the Cederberg Mountains. Children over 12 are welcome at Ndedema Lodge.
Yellow Aloe Guesthouse
Yellow Aloe is a 4-star country chic guesthouse. The guesthouse offers 5 tastefully decorated rooms all en-suite and with air conditioning. Guests can relax in the pretty gardens or next to the pool. Light evening meals can be arranged for guests who would rather not eat out at local restaurants. Yellow Aloe Guesthouse is the ideal base to explore the beauty of the Cederberg mountains. Children of all ages are welcome at the Yellow Aloe Guest House.