Uniondale on Route 62 is the Western Cape's best-kept Little Karoo secret. Located in a pleasantly lush valley, Uniondale is surrounded by hills and mountains, including the Kamanassie and Kouga ranges, with the famous Swartberg rising majestically over the horizon.
Guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, self-catering facilities and campground are all options for accommodation in Uniondale. The diversity, breathtaking scenery and enchanted flora of Uniondale amaze visitors. Uniondale is the gateway to many outstanding tourist sites and outdoor activities.
Uniondale is synonymous with its infamous ghost, however due to the callous media hype that has accompanied the tale, the locals are not particularly fond of the legend. Play a round of golf, go cycling, hiking and walking. On Friday and Saturday evenings, a dinner pub is open where you can get to know the neighbourhood residents who will share fascinating tales about the community and provide information about the local ghost. Uniondale's diversity, breathtaking scenery and enchanted flora are sure to impress visitors.
The town is also proud to be the location of seven national monuments of South Africa, including San rock paintings that date back approximately three thousand years and the town serves as the starting point for the yearly Karoo to Coast bicycle race, which attracts around 5000 participants from Uniondale to Knysna.
Accommodation in Uniondale provide nightly stays in the form of cosy bed and breakfasts, warm and welcoming guest houses and self-catering options to exclusive game lodges all across the region. A popular location all year long, Uniondale offers a wide selection of accommodation all year long.