Game Drive at Bartholomeus Klip

Big Game & Wildlife / Nature Reserves in or near Hermon, Swartland in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in HermonGame Drive at Bartholomeus Klip

Big Game & Wildlife Nature Reserves Swartland

Where? Bartholomeus Klip, Hermon, Swartland

When? By appointment only. Please phone to book.

How? Call +27 (0)22 448-1820

How much? Falls into price group R201 to R500 per person. Confirm with the provider.

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Hermon, in Western Cape

Morning game drives are available in the 10 000 acre Bartholomeus Klip Hermon Private Nature Reserve.

There are many animals here, easily seen in the low fynbos or on the grassy plains, but the most important inhabitant of the reserve is a far smaller creature: the endangered geometric tortoise, one of the world’s rarest reptiles, safe here in its last remaining viable habitat.

The reserve is teeming with herds of eland, springbuck, black wildebeest, zebra and bontebok. Many other animals, such as baboons, bat-eared foxes, lynxes, and smaller species of antelope, live here too, and it is known that leopards still occur in the mountains.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Hermon

Klein Eikeboom Cottages

Self Catering

Klein Eikeboom Cottages

Enjoy a wonderful self catering farm stay at Klein Eikeboom Cottages in Hermon. Being only a stones throw away from ... more

Wild Olive House

Self Catering

Wild Olive House

Wild Olive House is an exclusive destination on a working farm and game reserve in the Riebeek Valley. Accommodation at ... more

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse

Hotel

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse

Bartholomeus Klip is an exclusive destination located on a working farm and game reserve in the Riebeek Valley ... more

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