Salem Biblical Gardens

Salem Biblical Garden was established in 2011, by Jack and Annalee Carstens, on a farm on the slopes of the Paarl mountain in the Windmeul valley, Noord Agter Paarl. The natural fynbos,  300 hundred year old wild olive trees and granite rocks closely resemble parts of Israel. A path has been cut along the mountain to form this beautiful natural art garden, containing 50 different fynbos varieties. The public are invited to came and  “Journey through the Bible”. The Biblical Art exhibits start with depictions from the book of Genesis and ends with the expected return of Messiah at the End of the Age. The garden also boasts the only open air archaeology museum in South Africa. 

Dense trees, fynbos varieties, ideal for bird watching. Come and rest your soul in this wonderful tranquil garden, hidden away from the busy world around it. 

Kiosk is available over weekends. Picnic and braai facilities are available under the wild olive trees, with kids play area.

Dates: The garden is open throughout the year.

Times: Tuesdays to Sundays 08:00 – 18:00

Address: Salem Biblical Garden, Rheebokskloof Road, Paarl, Western Cape

Directions : From Cape Town, take the N1 towards Paarl, turn left on the R44 towards Wellington.  At Windmeul, turn right into the Noord Agter Paarl road, then turn right into Rheebokskloof Road.  Follow the gravel road for 200m, turn left into Salem Biblical Gardens. Parking is available at the gate and at the top at the reception area.

For more information, visit www.salemgarden.co.za