Just 15 minutes outside of Wellington and only an hour's drive from Cape Town you will find this wonderful compact private game reserve that has received national and provincial recognition from CapeNature.
This +- 400 ha reserve is part of the Renosterveld Conservancy which have endagered fynbos vegetation including renosterbos, a fine leaved plant that has the subtle grey hue of the rhino - which once occured as far south as Table Mountain. No the Renosterveld is threatened bu agriculture and the pockets of land thathave not, or cannot, be ploughed, are now carefully conserved and the biodiversity preserved.
Surrounded by magnificent blue mountains, the Limietberg Range which guests will have the unique opportunity of experiencing a game drive, viewing Eland (the most treasured of animals in Sann mythology), Blue Wildebeest, Springbok, Grey Rhebuck, Sables, Bontebok and the revived Quagga. The reserve is part of The Quagga Project, which successfully recreated the previously extinct quagga - a subspecies of the plains zebra.
Accompanied by a well -informed guide and 3rd generation farmer, Tom Turner, will educate you on much of this attractive spot, and with a halfway stop you get to view the tip of Table Mountain in the distance, with a refreshing sundowner in your hand.
After the winter months the miracle of spring flowers burst forth in a riot of colour and variety. The birdlife is incredible, and includes the magestic Fish Eagle, Secratary Birs, Blue Cranes, Suikerbekkie, Horn Nose birds, and many many more. These are great photographic opportunities.