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Lodge in Montagu
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve
sleep Sleeps 60 in 30 bedrooms
Situated between Montagu and Barrydale on the foothills of the Warmwaterberg, this lodge is the closest you’ll ever get to wildlife. Book yourself here for the adventure of a lifetime everlasting memories.
Amenity: Views, Shared Swimming Pool
RATES
ZAR 4650 – 5500
Per Night
Guesthouse in Montagu
MALHERBE GUESTHOUSE ****
sleep Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms
Constructed in 1859, this guesthouse gives spectacular views of the Langeberg Mountains. The Hot Mineral Spring with its historical significance is located nearby. Wineries, golfing, trekking and fishing are within walking distances.
Amenity: Views, Shared Swimming Pool, Wood Fireplace, Internet Access
RATES
ZAR 530 – 745
Per Night

Montagu Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Montagu Cape Province


Montague is a beautiful little village that is famous for its Hot Springs, which is perfect for a wellness, Eco, and adventurous retreat. A vacation in Montague is a great example of a late Victorian farming village with a number of preserved Georgian and Cape Dutch National Monuments. A Trip through Montague is a perfect trip to recharge your batteries while indulging in Mother Nature’s beauty. There is a list of activities to participate in to get your adrenaline pumping, like kloofing, mountain biking, abseiling, fishing, paragliding and boat trips on the Breede River. Should you long for a more relaxed and peaceful alternative, you can take a scenic drive down Route 62 that leads into the Little Karoo and many hiking routes to choose from in the area. Montague is also a great destination for the whole family. The children will be able to experience swimming in dams, breathing in fresh air, walking through the countryside, and eating fruit directly from the trees, creating a farm life feel and indulging the senses.