Birds and the bees tour
“Africa changes you like nowhere on earth” – Brian Jackman
From Cape Town the majestic and rugged Cederberg mountains are only 2½ hours’ drive north from the city. The area has a spectacular mountain landscape and is a treasure house of rock art and has a rich botanical diversity, being part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. A major portion is a proclaimed Wilderness Area that recently obtained World Heritage status. There are over 100 species of birds and the rare mountain leopard watches your every move as you take your two days in this unspoiled area.
Your first day will begin with an early arrival and from there settling into camp. You will start with your days hike into the Cederberg and up to the “Maltese Cross” and back down to the Stadsaal Cave formation, where you will see the bushman cave paintings.
This is a moderate walk and will suit the beginner to intermediate walker.
From there it’s back to camp for a night under the stars and a good old South African Braai.
After breakfast it’s a leisurely walk around the reserve and then back down to Cape Town.
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