In South Africa's Western Cape Province, Oudtshoorn is located in the Klein Karoo and is known as the Ostrich capital of the world. The magnificent feathers, supple leather, huge eggs, and lean, fat-free meat of these enormous, flightless birds, all of which are exported internationally, have earned them worldwide fame.
Accommodation in Oudtshoorn provides guests with first-hand hotels, lodges, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and camping choices, as well as exquisite local wines and delectable cuisine at any of the many restaurants in and around the town. For the ambitious diner, all restaurants serve tasty, healthy ostrich meat.
The Klein Karoo is an excellent wine-producing location for enthusiasts and collectors. The Klein Karoo Wine Road is a section of Route 62, the "longest wine route in the world," and it runs from Montagu in the west to Meiringspoort in the east. There are numerous nearby wineries that sell their products and give tastings.
The largest display cave in Africa, Cango Caves, as well as festivals like the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (KKNK), endurance competitions like the Cango Marathon, the "To Hell And Back" mountain bike race are some of Oudtshoorn's top tourist attractions.
Every need is met by the accommodation in Oudtshoorn, which ranges from five-star establishments, first-class hotels, excellent guest houses, bed and breakfasts, and self-catering apartments to camping.