BUSHMANSKLOOF WILDERNESS RESERVE & WELLNESS RETREAT
Like all Subaru’s, the Levorg is as surefooted as they come,thanks to its unique symmetrical all-wheel-drive system. Admittedly, the Levorg has a number of tricks up its well-handling sleeve. A Bilstein sports suspension is one, and active torque vectoring another.although it rides significantly harder than the more leisurely Subaru Forester, the Levorg makes up for this in its agile performance, with the car’s Lineartronic CVT transmission doing an amicable job of not losing interest under hard acceleration.
And the car certainly has the ability to accelerate rather briskly.with a maximum output of 197 kw at 5,600 r/min and 350 Nm of torque, the Levorg is a highperformance machine that rivals the likes of the Golf R and Renault Megane GT. This amount of power comes at a hefty price though, in the form of enthusiastic fuel consumption, which I measured at a drop less than 11 litres/100 km, although Call: +27 21 437 9278 Email: email@example.com www.bushmanskloof.co.za
Subaru pegs the consumption of the car at 8.7 litres/100 km.
My next stop was the quaint roadside breakaway, Kardoesie, at the crest of the western side of the pass. A popular stopover spot for tourists and locals alike, Kardoesie is a great stop where one can stock up on refreshments or even for a quick bite before continuing on your journey.
From Citrusdal to Clanwilliam, the N7 trickles along the Olifants River with its network of dams and creeks, and ultimately breaks slightly Northwest up the West Coast towards the town of Springbok. Yet, from Clanwilliam the R364 shoots West over the Cederberg Mountain Catchment Area and over the 21-km-long Pakhuis Pass, through some of the most spectacular contorted rock formations in the area.also constructed by Thomas Bain, Pakhuis pass (or ‘packing shed’ pass) has recently been fully tarred, and connects
Located near some of the most incredible rock art sites in South Africa, Bushmanskloof is the perfect location for an unforgettable wilderness escape.