Jansenville Tourist Attractions

  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    Was built at the Jansenville Museum (Sid Fourie House) and was officially opened in November 2009 with the International Mohair Summit held in Jansenville and Graaff - Reinet.
    • Museums
  • More InfoUpdated: 2 weeks ago
    A world class helicopter charter service based in Graaff Reinet. Fly Karoo Air Services focus mainly on scenic flights over popular destinations and charter flights to destinations like Port-Elizabeth and game lodges.
    • Flights & Charters
    • Adrenalin Sports
    • Adventures
    • Sightseeing
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    In the heyday of railways in South Africa, Klipplaat was an important railway junction, being the point at which the main Cape Town to Port Elizabeth line branched off towards Graaff-Reinet. The village grew up to house the...
    • Sightseeing
  • More InfoUpdated: February 2014
    Ibamba Private Game Reserve is set in the heart of the malaria free Oudeberg Mountains, known as Noorsveld in the Eastern Cape Karoo, only 200km from Port Elizabeth Airport. Ibamba is haven to African prolific birdlife, over...
    • Wildlife & Nature
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    The Dutch Reformed church in Jansenville has an unusual external Bell-Tower complete with bell that is rung to this day. The tower is typically Victorian styled complete with plaster quoins. The organ replaced the original...
    • Sightseeing
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    Soon after the first shots were fired between the Boers and the British on the 11th October 1899; the repercussions of loyalties were felt in Jansenville. A number of inhabitants were loyal to the British Government, however, the...
    • History
  • More InfoUpdated: August 2015
    P.W.F. Weyers, a former hawker, who lost cattle in an attack by the Boers during the Anglo-Boer War, was said to have started Darlington farm in the Jansenville district. He always said that the Boers had shot his animals in the...
    • Dams
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    Sid Fourie, a true son of Jansenville, was born in 1896 of an Afrikaans father of Huguenot descent and an English mother. His house, which bears his name, is to-day Jansenville's museum and has a surprising variety of...
    • Museums

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