Raptor Rise - Tulbagh

Self-catering accommodation

See & do in and around Tulbagh and the Witzenberg Valley 



The Witzenberg Valley towns of Tulbagh, Wolseley and Ceres offer a variety of activities from the relaxed to the adventurous.  

From sampling delectable hand crafted chocolates at Moniki to an adrenaline packed Zipslide or a round of golf surrounded by mountains, there is something for everyone.  

Discover the Tulbagh valley on foot, bicycle or horseback.  Hiking trails vary from gentle meanders to the strenuous, all with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.  

Magnificent horse trails can be arranged with sundowners or picnics and several mountain bike trails are open to the public.  

And for the ultimate relaxation why not book a massage at one of our local spas.   

For booking details, opening times etc, download this printer friendly file for a handy list of activities  available in the Witzenberg Valley.  


Sample a variety of Tulbagh's award winning wines and olive products. Refer to the activity list or local tourism offices for more information.  


Enjoy a variety of events throughout the year in and around the Tulbagh valley.

Annual Events include Christmas in Winter, Tulbagh Arts Festival and the Spring Show.  

For dates and more information click here.  

For more information visit our local tourism office websites: Tulbagh Tourism; Wolseley Tourism; Ceres Tourism  


Tulbagh and the surrounds is home to a surprising variety of restaurants from fine dining to local cuisine, there is something for everyone.  

Tulbagh Restaurants  

Wolseley Restaurants  


The Oude Kerk Volks Museum Complex

Open 7 days a week.

Tel 023 230 1041  

Situated in the famous restored Church Street you will find:  

The Old Church Museum

The oldest cross-form church in South Africa with a collection of very old Cape furniture.  

The Earthquake Museum showing the valley’s history and how Tulbagh’s famous Church Street was rebuilt and restored after the 1969 earthquake.  

The 'Ou Volks Museum' A Cape Dutch pioneer cottage which has been recreated into a quaint home, reconstructing life as it was 200 years ago.  

De Oude Drostdy Museum built in 1804, has historical Cape furniture, household articles and artwork, with wine tasting in the candle-lit old jail. Along the Main Winterhoek Road.