Ceres Tourism

  • 1 Voortrekker ROAD
  • Ceres, Western Cape
  • 6835
  • +27233161287

All Aboard The Ceres Steam Train

Posted by Lorenzo Samuels on 29 April 2019 8:35 AM CAT
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Travel by rail through one of the most scenic routes in the Western Cape (By Krysia Gaweda)

Sitting pretty in the Cape Winelands approximately 135km from the CDB, Ceres is well-known for producing some of the finest fruit in South Africa as well as for its dried fruit, fruit juices and natural spring water. Now, adding to the region’s repertoire is Ceres Rail Company, a railway business that restores historic steam trains to not only bring new life to the old locomotives, but also to the beautiful Ceres Valley in which they run.

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Cherry Time is heading your way

Posted by Janice Scheckter on 03 December 2018 11:25 AM CAT
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Only the plumpest, juiciest of the Cherry Time™ bunch heading your way!

During the morning of your scheduled delivery date, you will receive an sms form Aramex including your tracking number. You can then track your delivery online at www.aramex.com.

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Ceres - Behind the name

Posted by Ayanda Khuzwayo on 17 September 2018 3:20 PM CAT
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Tucked away between sheltered mountains lies the magical Ceres Valley, and it comes as no surprise to visitors to learn that Ceres is named after the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility. This charming town has become world famous for its export-quality fruit, breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality and wonderful activities and leisure options. Ceres is also the gateway to the Cederberg Mountains to the north and the Tankwa Karoo to the east and is a mere 150km or 90 minutes drive from Cape Town.

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