Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve is a World Heritage Site, located in the transitional zone where fynbos and lowland succulent Karoo vegetation overlap
Stony Point Nature Reserve is home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African Penguin in the world.
A national monument steeped in history, with prehistoric rocks and Stone Age artefacts
Eagles, easy walks and epic hikes await visitors to the Outeniqua Nature Reserve
Gamkaskloof (aka Die Hel) promises a sensory feast of proteas, regional ports and donkey trails
Indigenous forest, mountain fynbos and rare birds make Boosmansbos a hiker’s paradise
Grootvadersbosch is temporarily closed to the public, from 20 June 2016 until 4 September 2016
Kogelberg Nature Reserve is considered by many to be the most beautiful of CapeNature’s protected areas. Its exceptional diversity and quality of fynbos means it is also considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
Vrolijkheid lives up to its name – happiness – when bright orange botterblom daisies decorate the reserve in spring
Sprawling mountains and lush fynbos dominate the landscape in this reserve.
Rugged rock formations, clear mountain pools and a patchwork of fynbos – a hiker’s dream
Please note that the seasonal vlei is currently dry, due to unseasonably dry and hot conditions along the West Coast
How do you want to get involved?
Bookings are processed through our Call Centre during office hours Monday to Friday 07h30 to 16h30 and Saturday 08h00 until 12h00 noon (CAT).
Our friendly tourism booking officers will take you through the booking process and answer all enquiries.