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Eastern Cape

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BBaviaanskloof is one of the most stunning off-the-beaten-track wilderness locations in South Africa. Spanning a couple of hundred thousand hectares, it features mountains, valleys, forests and thicket, as well as abundant wildlife. The rugged terrain means most areas are only accessible by 4x4, mountain bike or on foot.

Baviaanskloof in the Eastern Cape is a major 4x4 drawcard. Although some areas can be accessed by a normal sedan, the majority of the area is pure 4x4 territory, making it the perfect destination for your off-road getaway.

Baviaanskloof refers to a 300 000ha conservation area, characterised by extreme topographical and biological diversity. Part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, it is an ecologically-sensitive area that is home to more than 1000 plant species, including ancient cycads, and dozens of mammal species, including the rare and elusive Cape leopard.

Did You Know?
BBaviaanskloof forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Eco-tourism in the region has gained momentum in recent years and visitors are now able to thoroughly explore the incredible biodiversity through the many adventure activities offered. Its mountainous terrain perfectly positions it for 4x4, mountain biking and hiking excursions. The area boasts various trails that take in mountain passes, waterfalls, rock formations and natural rock pools.

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