You're unlikely to linger in Worcester, by far the largest town in the Breede River valley. It's often termed the region's capital by locals, and with good cause. Much of the town's burgeoning commerce and industry is connected to agriculture—viticulture, in particular. But the town itself is unexciting and serves as a pit stop for prettier inland destinations. Pause to visit the Karoo National Botanical Garden or pop in at the Worcester Museum.
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