Caledon quad biking is a must do experience when visitn the town in the Overberg region.The Caledn quad biking experience includes forest and track, and your adventure begins at the Caledon Hotel and Spa. You will traverse the trails through a forest of large indigenous Oaks, then onto a smaller forest area before hitting the more open tracks around the farms. The experience includes fun river crossings too giving you a all round outdoor experience in a fun easy to do way. Children between 6 and 12 years of age can go along as passengers. No previous quad biking experience is required. Quad Bike Rides in Caledon is guaranteed adventure for the whole family!
This Overberg region is amongst other things well known for its rugged mountain ranges, diversity of fynbos, rolling wheat and canola fields and a dramatic coastline.
Prior to the Dutch explorers discovering Caledon and its hot springs in 1694, the indigenous people living in the area frequented the springs. Legend has it that the healing powers bubbling up to the surface provides relief for many ailments even today. These mineral rich hot springs, wildflower trails and more firmly established Caledon as a must visit tourist destination.
The town is steeped in history with many beautifully restored mostly Victorian era buildings adding a special character and tranquillity to the town. It is a picturesque and extensive agricultural region producing products such as wheat, barley, canola, wool and more.
The town is also well known for its famous veld flower shows and for being home to one of the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Cape.
The tourism offering covers all the checklists from arts and culture, artisanal and craft products, hiking, biking, trails, fishing, ziplining and the list continues.
It will soon be home to K3 the world’s longest zipline taking the title from Dubai with phase one exceeding 3kms length and at its highest point around 500m off the ground.