Cango Caves hotels
The Cango Caves are an underground spectacle in Cape Town set in the Precambrian age, which dates back to approximately 4500 million years ago. The Cango Caves, discovered in the Swartberg Mountains north of Oudtshoorn, are set against the breath-taking Cango Valley and parallel to the world famous Swartberg Mountains. These fascinating corridors offer glimpses into the limestone caverns and hidden corners in the heart of the earth. This location near Cape Town, have made the Klein-Karoo area an international destination to visitors to one of South Africa’s largest and most varied metro areas.
- Choose between the hour-long standard tour and the90-minute adventure tour and explore the age-old Cango caves (at times on your hands and knees) as you admire the vast halls decorated by stalagmite formations.
- Brace yourself for a face-to-face encounter with cheet has, crocs, or even tiger cubs in Cape Town with Cango Wildlife Ranch’s Natural Encounters Program: youth fifteen years of age or younger aren’t permitted to interact with the animals.
- In Oudtshoorn, check out the Cango Ostrich Farm to wrangle or stay at a recommended safe distance from the beautiful huge birds native to this area surrounding Cape Town.
The Cango Caves are located 90 kilometres north from George Airport in Oudtshoorn. It usually receives local flights from Cape Town International Airport. The port of Cape Town also receives international visitors into the city. Whilst in Cape Town, you can chose to rent a car or book a tour van for the drive to Cango Caves. These taxis are available at pretty reasonable prices. The roads are well-maintained and have clear signs. Upon arrival, prepare yourself for a gritty adventure into Cango Caves. It is advisable that you make all travel arrangements to and within the caves in advance.