De Kelders Freshwater Drip Cave

Culture & heritage IN WESTERN CAPE

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As unassuming as the town in which it is found, the entrance to De Kelders Freshwater Drip Caves does not give away any of the magic found inside. It looks like an old sewer entrance, but it’s anything but that. The caves are home to some incredible stories, indelibly linked not only to the history of the Overberg but the Western Cape as a whole. We won’t spoil the stories for you but, like the town, this natural drip cave is far more than meets the eye, with the pools buried beneath the rock just one of the jaw-dropping factors to be viewed.

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