Landscape South

Boosmansbos Wilderness 1
11 Nov 2013
Boosmansbos Nature Reserve Conservation

Boosmansbos is a World Heritage Site with one of the last remaining stretches of indigenous forest in the south-western Cape.

Boosmansbos Wilderness Area
Grootvadersbosch with WHS logo 4
11 Nov 2013
Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve Conservation

Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve conserves a significant section of indigenous forest that has most of the typical 35 forest tree species...

Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve
Geelkrans wooden decks from afar
11 Nov 2013
Geelkrans Nature Reserve Conservation

Established in 1977, this 440-hectare sanctuary is a natural wonderland, bordering the core conservation area of the Stilbaai Marine Protected Area along its coastal boundary.

Geelkrans Nature Reserve
Walker Bay
11 Nov 2013
Walker Bay Nature Reserve Conservation

Walker Bay is an important conservation area, home to lowland coastal fynbos, the endangered African black oystercatcher, the Cape clawless otter and many sought-after fish species.

Walker Bay Nature Reserve
Marloth Watervalkloof
11 Nov 2013
Marloth Nature Reserve Conservation

Marloth’s original forests covered a much larger area, but they were exploited by the local furniture and wagon industries over the years...

Marloth Nature Reserve
11 Nov 2013
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve Conservation

The Robertson Karoo vegetation in Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve is endemic to this area. Vrolijkheid is home to klipspringer, grysbok, grey rhebok and springbok.

Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve