OUR ROOMS

Accommodation are provided in either en suite twin rooms,
or self catering family units.

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GALLERY

Adventurous and/or relaxing. At Zandvlakte relaxation is not a business, it is a way of life.

ACTIVITIES

OUR HISTORY

Learn more about the history of the Kloof, the farm and how we plan to go about in the future.

OURHISTORY

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Welcome to the Baviaanskloof Hartland Nature Reserve

 

 “World heritage site: immeasurably big, biodiverse, but above all, the jewel of the South African wilderness areas, the Baviaanskloof.” – Dave Pepler in ‘Groen’ on Kyknet.

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Zandvlakte Guests & Activities

The lifestyle is informal, relaxed, barefoot, quiet. There’s a swimmingpool at the homestead. Guests enjoy the rural late nights around a fire, walking, bird watching, reading and sleeping in the wild. Zandvlakte is known for serenity at its wildest!

 

 

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What you can expect

 

tick Bird Watching

tick Hiking

tick Swimming

tick Guided Tours

tick Communal Dinners

 

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Get ready …

It’s long, it’s bumpy, and it can get tough.  The road is not suitable for sedan vehicles. High road clearance vehicles is recommended; Four-wheel drive more comfortable. Vehicles should be roadworthy and tyres in a very good condition…

View our list of tips & necessities to bring with.

Below is an indication of the distances.

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Our Vision for the Future

Allow us to share with you, during a 3 hour trip, how nature works. At Zandvlakte we inspire people to think outside the box. Since 2006, research done by universities and sponsored by several international organizations, helped us to form a learning network in which holistic management plans for the area can be considered.

 

Guests at Zandvlakte can visit the restoration sites as part of the ecological tour presented by their host, Pieter Kruger.

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