Explore the magnificent Fernkloof Reserve in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom with local guides. Refreshments enjoyed beside the waterfall in a unique Afro-montane forest .Boasting over 1600 flower species in an area of roughly 1800 hectares . Hundreds of bird species , many of which are endemic. Home to tortoises, baboons, mongoose and small antelope.This place is a gem.
Stunning whale watching posts in season with beautiful panoramas of Walker Bay, Hermanus and the Hemel & Aarde wine valley. Great way to stretch the legs and breathe in the Hermanus Champagne air . Picnic lunch at the highest point surrounded by the Fynbos & freaky rock formations. Choice of various trails ranging from 4 to 14 km to suit your fitness level or time constraints.
Walking tours are tailor-made to suit your interests e.g birding , fitness level and time constraints. We are flexible.
Guides are knowledgeable in the history, ecology, botany and wildlife of the reserve. Tortoises, mongoose and baboons are a few of the common sightings common . Transport to Fernkloof can be arranged. Bring a hut, sun cream, water and binoculars.
There are over 4 routes to choose from, each covering interesting aspects of the reserve. There are areas of beautiful Proteas, Ericas and dozens of other flower families to view, some found nowhere else on the planet . Over 130 species of birds have been recorded here, many of which are endemic.Diverse and distinctive is what defines this Fynbos biome.