Did you know?
As part of the Cape Floristic Region, the Cederberg Conservancy falls within a Unesco World Heritage Site zone.
The Cederberg Conservancy, which is situated around 250km north of Cape Town, is home to a variety of conservation projects, including a biodiversity and wine initiative, as well as the Cape Leopard Trust.
Follow in the footsteps of the ancient San and Khoi to the Stadsaal Caves in the Koue Bokkeveld, on the rock art trail, where some sites date back around 8000 years. The area is a celebrated hiking and climbing destination, loved for its solitude and rugged mountain beauty that’s rich with endemic plant life including fynbos, the rooibos tea plant, threatened Clanwilliam Cedar trees and the rare Snow Protea, found only along the snow line of the Sneeuberg.
Mountain bike its rocky paths or tackle a challenging 4x4 trail; and if you’re fortunate you’ll see the rare Cape Leopard and other reserve inhabitants like porcupine, aardvark and Cape fox, along with 100 species of bird. Unforgettable though, are the fantastical rock formations this park boasts - Wolfberg Cracks, Wolfberg Arch and Maltese Cross – nature’s own sculpture garden on a grand scale.
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