Accommodation

Self-catering

  • Tapfontein

    Please note: Tapfontein is only accessible via 4×4, bicycle or hiking. No vehicles other than a high clearance 4×4 will be allowed to access the road

    Tapfontein has four Wendy houses: Leo, Taurus, Scorpio and Gemini. Each sleeps two people in single beds, and has a small veranda furnished with table and chairs. Guests are welcome to swim in the reservoir. Guests need to bring bedding, toilet paper, towels, rubbish bags, wood and a torch.

    Electricity: No
    Bathroom: Shower (gas geyser), communal bathrooms
    Kitchen: Small fridge, two-plate gas stove and braai facilities.
    Bedding, linen and towels: No
    Fireplace: Outdoor braai, with grid
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

  • Seps Cottage

    Seps Cottage sleeps three guests in one room with a double bed and a daybed. Visitors can cook in the well-equipped kitchen or braai on the veranda.

    Electricity: Solar and gas
    Bathroom: Shower (solar-powered geyser), communal bathroom shared with another cottage
    Kitchen: Gas stove, small fridge and Dover stove
    Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
    Fireplace: Outdoor braai, with grid
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

  • Leguaan Cottage

    Leguaan Cottage sleeps six guests in two rooms, one with two single beds and one with two bunk beds. The cottage has a lovely veranda where guests can braai.

     

    Electricity: Solar and gas
    Bathroom: Shower (solar-powered geyser), communal bathroom shared with another cottage
    Kitchen: Gas stove, small fridge and Jetmaster
    Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
    Fireplace: Outdoor braai, with grid
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

  • Gecko Cottage

    Cosy Gecko Cottage sleeps two guests in one room with a double bed. There is a well-equipped kitchen.

     

    Electricity: Solar and gas
    Bathroom: En-suite shower (solar-powered geyser)
    Kitchen: Gas stove, fridge and Jetmaster braai
    Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
    Fireplace: Indoor and outdoor braai, with grid
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

  • Chameleon Cottage

    Chameleon Cottage sleeps five guests in two rooms with two single beds in each and a daybed in the lounge. The comfortable cottage has a veranda furnished with a picnic table and outdoor braai and one en-suite bathroom.

    Electricity: Solar and gas
    Bathroom: Shower (solar-powered geyser). One En-suite bathroom (access to bathroom though one of the bedrooms only)
    Kitchen: Gas stove, gas fridge and inside Jetmaster braai
    Bedding, linen and towels: Yes, for the single beds only, not for the day bed.
    Fireplace: Indoor and outdoor braai, with grid
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

  • Agama Cottage

    Agama is a charming cottage that sleeps four people (one bedroom with a double bed and two daybeds in the lounge). The cottage has a veranda with outdoor braai area and picnic table.

     

    Electricity: Solar and gas
    Bathroom: En-suite shower and bath (solar-powered geyser)
    Kitchen: Gas stove, fridge and fireplace
    Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
    Fireplace: Outdoor braai, grid provided
    Disabled access: No
    Pets welcome: No

Camping

  • Anysberg Campsites

    Five campsites are available at Anysberg Nature Reserve: Duiker, Springbok, Gemsbok, Steenbok and Eland

    Sites available: 5 (maximum 6 people per campsite)
    Power points: No
    Ablution facilities: Communal ablutions with shower (gas and solar-powered geyser), no toilet paper provided
    Firewood for sale: Yes
    Braai facilities: Yes, with picnic tables, bring own grid and wood
    Disabled access: Yes, wheelchair-friendly
    Pets welcome: No

Anysberg Nature Reserve

Enjoy the wide open space under a canopy of glittering stars

Agama is a charming cottage that sleeps four people (one bedroom with a double bed and two daybeds in the lounge). The cottage has a veranda with outdoor braai area and picnic table.

 

Electricity: Solar and gas
Bathroom: En-suite shower and bath (solar-powered geyser)
Kitchen: Gas stove, fridge and fireplace
Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
Fireplace: Outdoor braai, grid provided
Disabled access: No
Pets welcome: No

Activities

  • Hiking and Walking

    Visitors are welcome to stroll around the reserve; however, no formal trails have been laid out yet.

  • Horse riding

    A fantastic way to explore the remoter regions of the reserve is by horse. Anysberg offers guided excursions, ranging from two hours to two days. On the two-day trail, guests will sleep over at one of the comfortable chalets on the reserve. The trail is 21km, with a five-hour ride on the first day and a four-hour ride on the second. Please book in advance for this experience.

  • Mountain biking

    Visitors can rent mountain bikes from the reserve office and follow the jeep tracks that crisscross the reserve.

  • Stargazing

    This is one of the best places in the country for stargazing under unpolluted night skies, far away from city lights. The reserve guides are trained in how best to use telescopes and binoculars to assist guests in getting the most out of the experience. Books and star charts are available in the reserve office for those who want to know more. Visitors can deepen their stargazing experience by signing up for Planet Trek or spending some time on the stargazing platform.

    Planet Trek

    Guests can walk, cycle or ride on horses to Tapfontein, which has planet markers along the route that have been set out to proportionally reflect the distance between the planets. An outdoor dinner and overnight stay at Tapfontein completes the experience.

    Stargazing platform

    Located next to the office, the raised stargazing platform, complete with a telescope, is the perfect place to relax and marvel at the endless night sky.

  • Swimming

    Swimming is permitted. Children should not swim unaccompanied by an adult.

  • Anysberg 4x4 Park Tour

    Details to come. Please contact the reserve on +27 (0)23 551 1922 for more information. 

Location

Conservation

Anysberg Nature Reserve Conservation

The majestic proteas and multitude of succulents provide a beautiful backdrop to the sounds of 180 bird species here.

Anysberg Nature Reserve was founded to conserve endemic vegetation and to gradually reintroduce the game species that traditionally inhabited the region. Vegetation comprises Cape mountain fynbos and characteristic Klein Karoo veld. The majestic proteas and multitude of succulents provide a beautiful backdrop to the sounds of the 180 bird species that are regularly spotted here. Anysberg is also home to many types of buck, and jackals and caracals. Leopards still roam the mountains, but they are rarely seen.

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