Points Of Interest Near Beau & I, Graaff-Reinet

Hester Rupert Art Museum

0.5km North West of Beau & I

Magistrate Andries Stockenstr¨m donated a portion of land and six windows towards the construction of a Dutch Reformed missionary church. The corner stone was laid on 24 April 1821 and the church was finished later that same year. After being...

Camdeboo National Park

0.7km North of Beau & I

Formerly known as the Karoo Nature Reserve, the Camdeboo National Park is located in the foothills of the Sneeuberg range and completely surrounds the town of Graaf Reinet. One of the more interesting geological features of the park is the Valley of...

Graaff-Reinet House Museum

1.0km North West of Beau & I

The small Karoo town of Graaff-Reinet has much history, and visitors to the are can explore The Graaf-Reinet House Museum complex, which provides interesting insights into the history of the area. The museum is housed in a complex, and consists of...

Nqweba Dam

3.8km North West of Beau & I

Nqweba Dam, formerly known as Van Ryneveld's Dam, lies within the Camdeboo National Park, a short distance from Graaf-Reinet in the Eastern Cape. The construction of the dam was undertaken in 1921, and was completed in 1925. The entire project cost approximately...

Fugard Festival

39.1km North of Beau & I

Nieu Bethesda set in the fertile valley of the Sneeuberg Mountains, in the Eastern cape, proudly presents the annual Fugard Festival, honouring one of the world's most popular playwrights, Athol Fugard. Nieu Bethesda has become home to a growing...

Kalkkop Crater

46.0km South East of Beau & I

An hour's drive south from Graaff-Reinet will lead visitors to the Kalkkop Crater. Situated about 50 km from Graaf-Reinet in the dusty Karoo near Kendrew, the crater was formed some 250,000 years ago, when a meteorite estimated to be roughly 20 m...

Aberdeen Cemetery

52.1km South West of Beau & I

As one enters the old cemetery in Aberdeen, a small Eastern Cape town in the dusty Karoo, you immediately get the impression that it is a true resting place. The Aberdeen Cemetery is well maintained, and is shaded by towering Cypress trees, which lend...

Dutch Reformed Church in Aberdeen

52.4km South West of Beau & I

The Dutch Reformed Church (NGK) in Aberdeen , in the Eastern Cape, was constructed in two stages. The first stage of construction was completed in 1864, and the second was completed in 1908. The old church is said to have the highest steeple in South...

Fonteinbos Nature Reserve

55.1km South West of Beau & I

The Fonteinbos Nature Reserve is situated on the banks of the Kraai River, one kilometer away from the small Karoo town of Aberdeen. The reserve covers an area of 1500 ha, and features a natural spring. The perennial spring, known as "Die Oog" or...

Boschberg Nature Reserve

83.4km East of Beau & I

The Boschberg Nature Reserve in the Eastern Cape covers an area over 2,000 hectares, and displays sixteen magnificent waterfalls, and a natural forest. The densely wooded reserve is situated on the slopes of the Bosberg mountains, and overlooks the...