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The Cape Winelands is a region of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It is the largest wine producing region in South Africa and is divided into six main wine regions, each offering its own unique wine route.
Constantia Valley wine region is situated in mountainous surroundings, and is home to some of the oldest wine estates in the country.
Stellenbosch wine region is well known in the Cape. In 1971 the first official wine route was founded by Frans Malan of Simonsig, Spatz Sperling of Delheim, and Niel Joubert of Spier.
Franschhoek valley wine region was settled over 300 years ago by the French Huguenots. Set against the backdrop of the Franschhoek and Drakenstein mountains, the village has over 30 wine farms.
Live Life African Safari Getaways has a very close relationship to Rickety Bridge Winery is Franschoek, a typical day in the winelands will include visits to different wineries in the area and a night in the winelands staying at Rickety Bridge.