The Riemland Route comprises of the following Free State towns; Sasolburg, Heilbron, Petrus Steyn, Lindley, Arlington, Senekal and Rosendal.
The Riemland, well known for the large number of game and predators that roamed the plains during the 1800's, attracted great hunters and explorers. Large quantities of skins were exported and used to produce leather products and thongs, "Riem" in Afrikaans, hence the name Riemland.
Our route was constructed to offer a well-known entry point to the Free State (Sasolburg). From there, the route runs from town to town with less than an hours' drive to the next stop, allowing the traveller time to savor the countryside and enjoy each town's character.
Our route gently leads the traveller through the northern savanna's to the undulating hills of the Eastern Free State, and finally to Ficksburg and the Maloti Drakensberg Route. All our towns are within reach for a comfortable weekend retreat to the "platteland", or an affordable family holiday.