Ugie Fun Rating

from 6 customer reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars!

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Ugie is one of those places that reminds you of what a beautiful and unique country we live in. If you want spectacular you can look at South Africa. Ugie is a beautiful piece of country with lots of wetlands, rivers and dams. Ugie is worth a visit.
Amelia Bodenstein
South Africa

I grew up in Ugie and had the most amazing time there.
Lynette Holdstock

Ugie Mountain Scenery
My husband grew up on a farm in Ugie, and we returned with his mother after 30 years. We were pleasantly surprised and found the little town clean and well maintained. Our stay at Clarendon Guest House was superb in every way.
Estelle Roodt
South Africa

Lost in time
Ugie is a very small town. One Spar supermarket and a single fuel station. The local sports club provided a friendly welcome and a simple meal for dinner. Ugie is essentially a working village supporting forestry and seed agric industries. No real sight seeing or other tourist activities. It is however on a wonderful route for motorcycling.
Greg Nelson
South Africa

Lost in south Africa
It would have been in August 1996, we were driving from Paarl to Durban for the All Blacks/Springboks test. The night came suddenly, and near Elliot we sought advice on where we were. Being directed to Ugie we were relieved to find the Ugie Hotel was there for us, and what a relief for a couple of Kiwis! The boss even provided a superb bottle of re wine, gratis, with our supper. After, we met local chaps working on the forestry projects, and perhaps my card is still pinned on the wall in the bar. In the morning I took a photo of the hotel on a warm sunny South African morning. To the boss and...
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bob oliver

Enjoyable stay
Ugie is an undiscovered holiday destination nestled in the mountains with beautiful landscapes and views. A visit to the local tractor museum is sure to interest all. The locals are warm and welcoming.
Tracey Johnson
South Africa