Limietberg Nature Reserve
Please note the main campsite at Tweede Tol is currently undergoing upgrades and will be closed until further notice. Private campsites are still open.
Tweede Tol campsite is located on the Bainskloof Pass (the R301).The campsite hosts 26 sites each with its own braai area. Six of these campsites offer privacy to visitors, as they each have their own ablution, cooking area, and braai area. There is a maximum of six people per campsite. Some of the sites have more shade than others and some sites have grass. Please ask the booking officer for site specifications. There are no electricity points available, the generator powered lights at the ablution block are switched off at 22h00.
Ablution facilities have hot/cold water and flush toilets, please bring along own toilet paper. Campsites number, 22, 24, 25 & 26 are not suitable for caravans & campervans.
Please note there is no shop on site, bookings must be made in advance. Braai wood is for sale at the gate.
07h00-18h00 (Week Days)
07h00 – 20h00 (Peak Season & Public Holidays)
This area can accommodate up to 120 visitors per day. Visitors are accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis, no bookings required. Please visit the reserve early.
Download: Tweede Tol - Map and Brochure.pdf
Use the map or list to select a reserve
1. Cederberg Wilderness Area
2. Bird Island Nature Reserve
3. Rocherpan Nature Reserve
4. Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area
5. Limietberg Nature Reserve
6. Jonkershoek Nature Reserve
7. Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve
8. Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve
9. Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve
10. Marloth Nature Reserve
11. Kogelberg Nature Reserve
12. Walker Bay Nature Reserve
13. Salmonsdam Nature Reserve
14. De Mond Nature Reserve
15. De Hoop Nature Reserve
16. Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve
17. Boosmansbos Wilderness Area
18. Anysberg Nature Reserve
19. Swartberg Nature Reserve
20. Gamkaberg Nature Reserve
Garden Route and Little Karoo
21. Outeniqua Nature Reserve
22. Goukamma Nature Reserve
23. Keurbooms River Nature Reserve
24. Robberg Nature Reserve
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