Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve, Mpumalanga
The Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve is situated on the eastern side of Lydenburg along the scenic Long Tom Pass to Sabie and is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. One of the main attractions in Gustav Klingbiel Reserve is its fascinating bird watching opportunities. About 320 bird species have been recorded in the reserve and its vicinity and several game species such as Bushbuck, Kudu, Impala, Zebra, Eland, Grey Rhebuck and Steenbok also occur in reserve to add an extra bit of excitement to your trip.
This has to be one of the most beautiful locations in the world. The reserve is 2200 hectares and the Klipgatspruit cuts the mountainous area into a deep valley. The main habitats include thornveld and bushveld on the low-lying areas, and montane grassland on hillsides and plateaus with protea woodland on the higher altitudes. Small isolated pockets of forest are present in the ravines that are tributaries of the Klipgatspruit.
At the entrance to the reserve on the Long Tom Pass, there is a museum with an auditorium for conferences, an open exhibition and a curio shop. The museum has a very interesting exhibit about the town's history and history of the archaeological Stone Age sites, giving you plenty to do on your trip to the Gustav Klingbiel Reserve. The Gustav Klingbiel Reserve is absolutely stunning with marvelous views, fantastic sights and provides an opportunity for relaxation on an unequaled scale. Be sure to include the Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve on your next South African holiday.