Cape Town Nature Reserves

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Cape Canopy Tour

Where? Elgin
The beauty of the Cape Overberg is rivalled only by the many adventures and extreme sports on offer in this quiet, unspoilt part of the world. The Cape Canopy Tour is conducted in the Hottentots Holland Nature ...

Game Drive in the Bontebok Ridge Reserve

Where? Wellington
An approximate 2 hour drive through the reserve on an open Landrover, guided by someone with a good understanding of the area arriving at the lapa. Here you can settle down and enjoy wine or light refreshments ...

Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy

Where? Stellenbosch
Amongst the many wine estates in the region lies the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy. Renosterveld is a threatened type of vegetative habitat (like fynbos) that is in very low supply. It is threatened ...

Die Oog Bird Sanctuary

Where? Bergvliet
Die Oog Bird Sanctuary and Reserve, located in Bergvliet, is a sanctuary for ducks, herons, kingfishers and a major roosting site for cattle egret, sacred ibis, hadeda ibis and the reed cormorant. Die Oog ...

Explore the Silvermine Nature Reserve

Where? Silvermine Nature Reserve
The Silvermine Nature Reserve forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and is an important conservation area for indigenous fynbos vegetation. Entrance to the Reserve is at the top of Ou Kaapse Weg where ...

Edith Stephens Wetland Park

Where? Landsdowne
The Edith Stephens Park is named after botanist Edith Stephens who bought the land in 1955 and entrusted it to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and in 1999 the City of Cape Town added another 35 hectares ...

Explore the Perdeberg Trail

Where? Grabouw
Visiting the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve used to be tightly restricted due to the magnificent flora that grows in this area, but luckily, due to public demand, the Perdeberg Trail was opened about 25 years ...

Visit Verlorenvlei

Where? Elands Bay
Verlorenvlei is a long estuary stretching between the villages of Elands Bay and Redelinghuys, some 25 kilometres south of Lambert’s Bay. Verlorenvlei is one of the most important estuarine systems in the ...

Woodcutters Journey

Where? Storms River
A specially designed off road vehicle in camouflaged green with a yellow canopy leads you to the resting spot of historic wagons that once travelled the forest. Guides take you along the elephant trail ...

Visit Vrolijkheid

Where? McGregor
Vrojijkheid, just outside McGregor is one of CapeNature’s oldest nature reserves and is a fantastic place to go walking or biking. You will need to pay a small entrance fee and the main gate, after which ...

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

Where? Cape Town Central
A visit to Cape Town would be incomplete without a trip up the famous Table Mountain which reaches a height of 1085m at its highest point and had a broad flat surface allowing it to appear as a 'table' from ...

Explore the Rietvlei Reserve

Where? Table View
Not to be confused with the Rietvlei Nature Reserve in Gauteng, Table View has its own Rietvlei Nature Reserve, located just off Pentz Drive. Rietvlei boasts a wetland area that is home to a diverse range ...

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