Your Bucket List of Things to Do in the Overberg Region Sorted

17 Nov 2023

Pack your outdoor attire when visiting the Overberg and prepare yourself for an adventurous journey while connecting with nature. Luxury accommodation with ample indoor and outdoor activities can be found at Bliss on the Bay, Pringle Bay. With an array of easy to moderate hikes to choose from, followed by scenic walkways, it's the perfect activity to clear your mind and boost those energetic endorphins. A new Geelkrans hiking trail is opening this summer – more reason for you and your friends and family to head out to Overberg region. 

Whilst enjoying the wide spaces of the verdant Overberg you may get a glimpse of precious wildlife and birds accompanying you from above. It would be worth your while to bring along your binoculars when visiting De Hoop Nature Reserve to see how many of the resident 260 bird species you can spot.

Hiking boots - check. Trails to conquer - check.

Fit or not, the Overberg offers a choice of hiking trails

With tons of water activities to keep you cool during the warmer months, be sure to bring your swimming costumes too! Take a drive along the coastline for a closer look at the southern-right whales visiting our shores during spring and summer and make a stop at the picturesque Walker Bay reserve.  

In the mood for a fun adventure? Buckle up for some white water rafting with Gravity adventures in Kogelberg. Book your trip here. View all CapeNature activities here.

In our dictionary, adventure and Overberg are synonyms 

With an assortment of activities to choose from, visitors are sure to tick off adventure-galore in nature on their bucket lists before heading into 2024. Find your fun activity at CapeNature in the Overberg region and start the new year with a refreshed, nature-inspired perspective.

Beauty beyond measure is what awaits you in the Overberg


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