Located in the southwestern corner of the Karoo Heartland, Willowmore and Steytlerville are seen as the western gateway to the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The region is rich in historic attractions and the towns are surrounded by hiking, mountain biking and 4×4 trails. The two towns has a tendency to surprise all visitors making them want to come back for more.
What to do in Willowmore and Steytlerville
The towns of Willowmore and Steytlerville are rich in historic and cultural attractions with old buildings, historical churches, graveyards and Anglo Boer War sites abound. Some of the unique and interesting sites include the Valley of Flags and the one lane cement road between the towns. To top it all off, the Baviaanskloof is right on their doorstep.
Where to Stay
There is accommodation in Willowmore, Steytlerville and surrounds for every taste. Stay at one of the myriad of guest farms or camp sites in the area. If something a little more upmarket is to your taste, why not try a guesthouse in one of the towns or even one of the eclectic hotels in the area.
Explore the towns
The best way to explore both Willowmore and Steytlerville is on foot. Old buildings, historic cemeteries, museums and monuments mean that history buffs will have a ball. The towns are also surrounded by unique attractions like the Valley of Flags, Wonderboom and the single lane Cement Road. Experience the Steytlerville Follies or pack your mountain bike and head for the Baviaanskloof.