Cape Route 62 is the tourist route in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa, which meanders between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn, the Langkloof and Port Elizabeth, offering a scenic alternative to the N2 highway.

It’s an area of magnificent landscapes and towering cliffs, crystal clear streams and an abundance of trees and indigenous flora. Cape Route 62 will also take you along the longest wine route in the Western Cape and most likely the whole world. Innovation and pride, combined with a terrain and mild climate that are harmoniously balanced, results in the prominence of the outstanding wines on Cape Route 62. The easily accessible towns nestled along the valleys, all offer ample opportunity for discovery. From visits to wineries and game reserves, tribal art, cultural tours, museums and for the more adventurous: hiking trails and mountain climbing, 4×4 routes, canoeing, horse riding, even ostrich riding, fishing and caving.

What make Cape Route 62 really special is the calm and peacefulness that it offers travelers. The people on Cape Route 62 are another alluring attraction. They are friendly and eager to both assist and entertain passing travelers.