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Picnicking

Most CapeNature reserves have picnic spots. Grab your friends and family, pack the picnic basket and check out what the Cape has to offer! Here are just a few ideas to get you thinking.

Tweede Tol in the Limietberg Nature Reserve has become a bit of an institution, so be sure to get there early enough as the gates will be closed once the picnic spots and camping sites have all been snapped up. If youโ€™re lucky enough to get in, you can look forward to a day of relaxed swimming and fun in the company of friends and family.

The Goukamma Nature Reserve has beautiful picnic spots along the meandering Goukamma River.

There are picnic tables at the Marloth Nature Reserve entrance, as well as a picnic area adjacent to the parking lot at the start of the picturesque Duiwelsbos waterfall hike. Both areas have panoramic views of the imposing mountain ranges above.

Enjoy a picnic under the cool shade of the trees on the banks of the Heuningnes River at De Mond Nature Reserve. Please note: visitors may use gas braais and Webers (kettle braais), but open fires are not permitted.

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