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FAMILY FUN IN PAARL AND WELLINGTON

Posted by Jacky Hartzenberg on 24 March 2022 9:40 AM CAT
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The stunningly beautiful Boland towns of Paarl and Wellington have become renowned as the ultimate holiday destination for families. Whether you’re planning a quick day visit, weekend stay or extended holiday breakaway, multi-generational groups are accommodated with varied activities and offerings to suit any age group. The spectacular scenic beauty of the area lends itself to exploring the outdoors. Special kids’ menus, dedicated play areas and exciting child-friendly tasting options contribute to the region’s appeal.

Garden tours at Babylonstoren will get kids excited about going green, while the goat ambassadors at Fairview are absolutely irresistible.  If getting active is your thing, visit Wine Valley Adventures or Paarl Adventure Trails at Spice Route and Rhebokskloof with special hiking routes, kiddies’ tracks, and bike hire. You can also opt for a nature drive at Bontebok Ridge Reserve. Get active with the family at Langkloof Roses, there are plenty of activities for the kids to do such as animal feeding, fishing, rowing, and treasure hunt.

Animal lovers have a variety of animal encounters to choose from. Le Bonheur Reptile Adventures and the petting farm at Alpaca Loom are must-do itinerary items. 

Add a touch of culture with a visit to the Afrikaans Language Monument and museum, the Salem Biblical Garden, Paarl Museum, and Wellington Museum.  Freedom Weekend Market and Laborie Estate will keep the whole family entertained, with live music, food, drinks, kids’ entertainment, and amazing vendors with niche products.

Enjoy a hassle-free, relaxing time in the Drakenstein area with an array of family-friendly eateries in Paarl and Wellington.  Paarl options include Nederburg Wine FarmCopper Club Eatery – PaarlRhebokskloof Wines EstateKnus Karoo KombuisLa Grapperia Pizza & Bistro at Spice RouteLa Paris Bistro and Parskuip Kontreimark at Windmeul Cellar.

Kids can join their parents when visiting Wellington Wines and be treated with a more age-appropriate pairing, where the flavours of juice and snacks are released.

If you’re heading out to Wellington the popular Dunstone EstateImbuko Wines, and Pizza Vista at Val du Charron are really nice kids’ friendly spots to visit.

Doolhof Wine Estate is proudly family-friendly, so pop by for a visit and bring the little ones for a river walk, family picnic or stay the night at  Africamps glamping accommodation option.

Find all the information you need at https://paarl-wellington.co.za/things-to-do/.

Photo:Langkloof Roses

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