Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve
Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve encompasses 250 hectares of indigenous forest in the Langeberg region, close to Heidelberg. The name translates to “big father” in honour of Roelof Oelofse who owned the land in 1723. It has only been a reserve since 1986 and was declared a World Heritage Site in 2004.
- 10 camps.
- Each site looks onto indigenous forest, providing many opportunities for bird watching.
- Communal ablution facilities are offered, as well as a thatched communal braai area with fridge.
- Children’s play area/jungle gym (no children to be left unsupervised).
- Campsites have braai facilities, but visitors should bring their own braai grids.
Tel: 021 483 0190