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The 14th of March saw Shadow Minister of Tourism, James Vos, officially launch two exciting new sightseeing and tourism routes in the Cape West Coast region to media, stakeholders and dignitaries at a split-venue event held at the Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort and at Darling Brew respectively. Both developed by West Coast Way, these circular self-drive routes encompass some of the most beautiful and interesting outlying towns and locations on the Cape West Coast and surrounding inland areas.
The West Coast Way Scenic Route begins in Malmesbury and includes Riebeek Valley, Hopefield, Koringberg, Moorreesburg, Yzerfontein and Darling. The West Coast Way Berg Route starts in Velddrif and follows a course through Laaiplek, Port Owen, Dwarskersbos, Rocherpan Nature Reserve, Elands Bay, Aurora, Redelinghuys and Verlorenvlei, the Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort, Citrusdal, Eendekuil, Porterville, Piketberg, Wittewater and Goedverwacht – covering an area that stretches from the Berg River to the start of the Cederberg Mountains.