Willowmore began on the farm, The Willows, as a trading centre in 1864 and was first named Willow-Moore. The town is situated 140km north-east of Knysna and 117km south-west of Aberdeen.
Today, Willowmore forms the gateway to the Baviaanskloof, a World Heritage site. Stock farming (mainly Angora goats, Merino sheep and Boer goats) makes up most of the area’s economy with game farming and tourism following close by.
It offers visitors numerous experiences such as hiking, mountain biking, 4×4 trails. It is also a popular plain and small game (such as wild pig, kudu, springbuck) hunting destination.
In town and the surrounding area, guests will find lots of things to do and exceptionally friendly people. You will find a number of restaurants coffee shops, 4×4/4×2 tracks, hiking trails, mountain biking routes, bird watching as well as historic sites
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