Where is the Gamkaberg nature reserve?

Western Cape

Gamkaberg Nature Reserve
Location of the reserve in the Western Cape
Location Western Cape, South Africa
Nearest city Oudtshoorn
Coordinates 33°43′20″S 21°54′30″ECoordinates: 33°43′20″S 21°54′30″E

Are dogs allowed on Cape nature reserves?

No pets/no weapons/no canoeing in the lagoon or estuary/no fires/no flower picking/no fishing without a valid permit/no horse riding. Permits may be purchased for R50 per adult and R30 per child at the reserve office or through CapeNature Central Reservations.

Can I use my wildcard for Table Mountain?

Note that the Sales office is a cash-free environment and we only accept payments via debit and credit cards. Visitors to Table Mountain National Park (Cape Point, Boulders, Silvermine, Tokai and Oudekraal) must either pay a daily Conservation Fee or they may enter with their valid Wild Card or TMNP My Green Card*.

Is Kraalbaai beach open?

Operating hours / Gate times: September – March: 7am – 7pm (last vehicle entry at 6:30pm) | April – August: 7am – 6pm (last vehicle entry at 5:30pm).

Can dogs go up Lions Head?

The hike conveniently begins at the Lion’s Head parking lot, which can be reached via the Lion’s Head / Signal Hill turn-off from Kloof Nek Road. From there, make your way up to the summit and back down again. Is it dog-friendly? Yes, provided you have a permit and your dog is kept on a leash.

Where is the best coastal nature reserve in South Africa?

Rocherpan is a coastal nature reserve teeming with birds and colourful wildflowers. The reserve, which lies 25km north of Velddrif on the Cape West Coast, consists largely of a seasonal vlei that is usually dry between March and June.

What is the West Coast national park in South Africa?

It includes Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope, and is home to an impressive variety of birds, endemic fynbos, and the African penguin. The West Coast National Park is an hour from Cape Town and 40 minutes from Paternoster.

How big is the Western Cape National Reserve?

The reserve, officially proclaimed in 1990, encompasses 79 629 hectares of plains and the majestic Cape Fold Mountains, with deep valleys and steep gorges. We are fortunate in the Western Cape. The land forever heightens our sense of exploration with its expanses and its wilderness.

What to do in the Western Cape?

Visiting the Western Cape would be incomplete without a few key items on your South African travel itinerary. These include Table Mountain, the Cape Winelands, the V&A Waterfront, and the many exquisite nature reserves, game reserves, and national parks in this province.