Beaufort West Reviews
a historical must see
We really enjoyed spending a few hours in Beaufort West. There is a reaally lovely museum, butchery where we bought half a Karoo lamb, and we also did a sundowner donkey cart tour which was a real treat and is a must do. And dont forget to yry the Karoo sushi at Karushi restaurant
Not just a stopover en route
I was sad not to have more time to explore one of SA's oldest municipalities with a very rich and interesting heritage, grand architecture and stunning blue skies - definitely worth spending a couple of days there. The Karoo National Park nearby was worth an excursion with majestic mountains and spectacular scenery (making a change from the unforgiving flat expanse surrounding Beaufort West.
Quaint well-kept town
Beaufort West may be small but it holds lots of treasures. A stroll along the main street reveals many interesting little shops and beautiful churches. The town is neat and clean; kudos to the residents! Nearby Karoo National Park deserves a good look as well.
The perfect place from which to explore the Karoo National Park!
We slept over at Beaufort West specifically to explore the wonders of the Karoo National Park. Driving through this pristine Karoo reserve revealed so many treasures we had missed all those years we just sped through on our way to Cape Town. Impressively large herds of Gemsbok, Rooi Hartebeest, Eland, Burchell's Zebra ...we saw it all. Highly recommended!
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