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Ruwami Private Nature Reserve

In the heart of the Cape Floristic Region, 10 kms from Botrivier, you will find the beautiful Ruwami Private Nature Reserve. Proclaimed in 2000, this 423ha Nature Reserve forms part of the larger Honingklip property, which is owned by Maryke and Robert Middelmann, and managed

Koopmanskloof Private Nature Reserve

Set in the majestic Bottelary Hills in Stellenbosch, Koopmanskloof is a beautiful and historic wine farm dating back to 1777. While the farm is synonymous with great wines, Koopmanskloof is also well known for its dedication to the conservation and restoration of the Cape Floristic

Mooiplaas Private Nature Reserve

Nestled amongst the majestic mountains and fertile valleys of the Stellenbosch Winelands, Mooiplaas Wine Estate is well known for its environmentally friendly wines and its long-standing commitment to the conservation of the Cape Floristic Region. In 1995, Mooiplaas established a Private Nature Reserve dedicating 70 ha

Care Programme: Call For Concept Proposals

Together we can grow and strengthen the conservation community of the Cape Floristic Region. The Table Mountain Fund is calling for concept proposals for our Care Programme. Through this programme we aim to grow and strengthen the conservation community of the Cape Floristic Region, by facilitating

Jakkalsfontein Nature Reserve

Jakkalsfontein Nature Reserve is located just a short drive from Cape Town, along South Africa’s beautiful and dramatic West Coast. Spanning over 1,800 hectares it is home to pristine fynbos, coastal dune vegetation, and wetland ecosystems, making it a haven for a wide variety of

Foxenburg Nature Reserve

Situated on the Groenberg Mountain outside of Wellington in the Cape Winelands District of the Western Cape, Foxenburg Estate is a wonderful example of a working farm and a Nature Reserve coexisting on the same property. Visitors to the estate can indulge in award-winning handcrafted

Grotto Bay Private Nature Reserve

A short 45min drive from Cape Town, up the West Coast’s R27, you will find the spectacular Grotto Bay Private Nature Reserve. The 356 ha reserve was proclaimed in 2002 and forms part of the Cape West Coast Biosphere reserve which was proclaimed by UNESCO

The Van Der Stel Cluster Nature Reserves

Situated in the Overberg Region of the Western Cape, the Van Der Stel Cluster lies in the low-lying area between Groenlandberg and the Riviersonderend mountain range, creating the last viable corridor linking these two ranges. Made up of four adjoining protected areas, namely Eagle Rock

Elandsberg Nature Reserve

Just outside Riebeek Kasteel, in the Swartland region of the Western Cape’s Winelands district, you will find Elandsberg Nature Reserve, where guests to the luxurious Victorian homestead Bartholomeus Klip can enjoy walking, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, birdwatching and educational nature drives. This pristine 4000 ha

Bontebok Ridge Nature Reserve

TMF’s support of CapeNature’s Biodiversity Stewardship Programme has contributed to the restoration and protection of important biodiversity areas such as the Bontebok Ridge Nature Reserve. A short 15 min drive from Wellington, in the Western Cape’s Winelands district, you will find Bontebok Ridge, a beautiful