conferences - conference venues and conference facilities in south africa

Navigation : Conference Facilities South Africa > Search for Conference facilities in South Africa > Western Cape > Breede River Valley > Ceres

Ceres Conference Facilities - Breede River Valley - Western Cape - South Africa

Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve
Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve - Ceres, Western Cape, South Africa
The Conference Room can accommodate up to 80 people. The Lodge can accommodate 30 people, sharing, at the Rest Camp there is 13 self catering chalets (belongs to timeshare) that can be occupied as well if exchanged with the timeshare company.......further information

Mount Cedar
Mount Cedar - Ceres, Western Cape, South Africa
Conference capacity: 40 sharing, 20 single. Conference facilities include an overhead projector, flip-charts, white boards, TV and VCR. Seating up to fifty delegates and with a breakaway room for up to ten, Mount Ceder has the perfect venue for small weddings, private functions and conferences........further information

team building Team Building and Events Management in Ceres
Teambuilding and Events Management South Africa (TBAE) specialises in interactive team building, with programs designed to promote team spirit and a participative culture. TBAE is renowned for the design and delivery of unique, innovative, fun and memorable team building programs, customised to meet each client’s individual needs, agenda and budget. Our experienced and highly skilled facilitators work in partnership with our clients to ensure continuity in existing training or development programs ...more about team building and events management in Ceres

Back to Western Cape Conferencing


Ceres Information


Ceres is a town with 46,251 inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It is the administrative centre of the Witzenberg Local Municipality.

It is situated in the Warmbokkeveld Valley about 170 km north-east of Cape Town, which is climatically warmer than the surrounding highlands, which is known as the Kouebokkeveld

Ceres is well-known for fruit juices exported worldwide bearing the town's name. It is also famous locally for winter snow and cherries: Cape Town residents flock to the town during winter to ski or simply play in the powder — something of a rarity for the otherwise mild climate they are used to — whilst in summer, people come to pick cherries from "Klondyke" farm.

Peaches, nectarines, apples, apricots, pears and cherries are grown in the Ceres district, and visitors are welcome to tour orchards and fruit-packing houses on the Ceres Fruit Route, particularly between December and April during fruit picking season. The little town of Ceres, through which the Dwars River flows, lies on the western side of the valley. | Western Cape | Eastern Cape | Northern Cape | Kwazulu-Natal | Free State | Gauteng | Limpopo Province | North West Province | Mpumalanga | Sitemap

south african conference venues