De Hoop is a safe and secluded valley adjoining the Kouga Mountains, 18kms from Uniondale in the Western Cape.
This valley has a superbly moderate climate, and a rainfall of 450-650 mm per year.
Due to the location and close co-operation of all inhabitants, crime is almost non-existent.
Fruit, grapes, vegetables, sheep, cattle and game do exceptionally well in this moderate climate and deep soil.
Indigenous game such as Grey Rhebuck, Duiker, Greysbok, Klipspringer and bush-pig are frequently seen. Over 150 species of birds and more than 3000 plant species have been listed in this floral paradise.
Uniondale town has a good infrastructure in the form of supermarkets, restaurants, hospital, etc
This beautiful farm with big farming potential in De Hoop near Uniondale. This valley has a superbly moderate climate, and a rainfall of 450-650 mm per year. Temperatures seldom exceed 30 degrees celsius. Winter snowfalls occur regularly on the mountains. Foreign guests liken this valley to Switzerland or Scotland. Approximately 500 hectares.