Cape Town Nature Reserves

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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 ...

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 ...

The Disa River Waterfall

Where? Bettys Bay
Within the surrounds of the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens is the Disa River trail. This visually appealing trail leads you to the Disa River Waterfall, a magnificent and quite special feature. ...

Greater Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve

Where? Muizenberg
The Greater Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve is a 2000 hectare wetland, river system and estuary situated on the False Bay coast, close to Marina Da Gama in the suburb of Muizenberg. The last functional ...

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 ...

The Donkey Trail

Where? Calitzdorp
Take part in a great walking tour with donkeys for companions! The trail takes four days and three nights, and you can be guaranteed of a great Karoo experience including ostrich farms, the Groenfontein ...

Game Drive at Bartholomeus Klip

Where? Hermon
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 ...

Wolfgat Nature Reserve

Where? Khayelitsha
Wolfgat Nature Reserve covers 248 hectares and was declared a Reserve in 1986. The site of the reserve which dates back over 40 000 years is rich in fossils and now protects the spectacular coastline and ...

Walk the Palmiet River Trail

Where? Kleinmond
Walk the Palmiet River Trail in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The River Trail is on the R44 between Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond, about 100kms from Cape Town. Located in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, this ...

Visit the Helderberg Nature Reserve

Where? Somerset West
Situated on the slopes of the dramatic Helderberg Mountain in Somerset West and with beautiful views over False Bay, the Helderberg Nature Reserve is a perfect place for a weekend visit. The Helderberg ...

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 ...

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 ...

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