With its World Heritage Site Status, the Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve is home to the biggest wilderness area in the country and is also one of the eight protected areas of the Cape Floristic Region.

The Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve covers 200km of unspoiled, rugged mountainous terrain with spectacular landscapes hosting more than a thousand different plant species, including the Erica and Protea families and species of ancient cycads.

Seven of South Africa’s eight biomes are represented within the Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve – Fynbos, Forest, Grassland, Succulent Karoo, Nama-Karoo, Subtropical Thicket and Savanna.

This magnificent reserve is a must-see for all nature and adventure enthusiasts.


Baviaans Kloof Map


Komdomo Campsite
Units: 22
Rooihoek Campsite
Units: 6
Doodsklip Campsite
Units: 5
Bergplaas Trail Hut
Units: 1
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