Greyton is a paradise for nature enthusiasts. You can look forward to fresh air, nature walks, mountain biking and hikes during your visit. For something unusual, be sure to visit the Donkey Sanctuary and Alpacas that happily call Greyton home.
Hiking in Greyton
Why you should experience it: The 14km-long and six-hour Boesmanskloof Trail to McGregor meanders through the Gobos River gorge and passes a number of refreshing pools and waterfalls. The trail connects the towns of Greyton and McGregor and perfectly highlights the splendid flora and fauna of the area.
How to get there: The trail can be hiked either way from Greyton or McGregor. If you’re starting off in Greyton, head to the Greyton Nature Reserve on Park Street.
Visit the Alpacas
Why you should visit: Blue Hippo Farm is the home to a herd of these fluffy, social creatures. The farm offers tours and unique, felted products for purchase.
How much does it cost: The Alpaca tours cost R120 per person and bookings are essential.
Take a Horse Cart ride
Why you should experience it: A rather fun and quaint activity, Horse Cart rides are Greyton’s version of New York’s carriage rides. Galloping through the quiet, tree-lined streets on donkey-drawn carts on Saturday mornings has become a popular activity for adults and kids alike.
How much does it cost: Enquire for pricing at email@example.com.