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Baviaanskloof

Baviaanskloof, Eastern Cape The Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve in the Eastern Cape is about 120km from Port Elizabeth and is one of the largest wilderness conservation areas in the country. It’s extent of 500,000ha of land is collaboratively managed by Eastern Cape Parks. A wonderful scenic route to the start of the Baviaanskloof is to take the R331 from Port Elizabeth or the R330 from Humansdorp via Hankey and Patensie, and on to Komdomo campsite, the entrance to the kloof. Allow at least two days to drive from your st...

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4x4ing in the Baviaanskloof

4x4ing in the Baviaanskloof

Once a farming hub, the Baviaanskloof is now slowly being transformed into a space where wildlife and man live in harmony... In photos: Baviaanskloof’s Leopard Trail

In photos: Baviaanskloof’s Leopard Trail

We’ve heard of the Otter Trail and the Fish River Canyon hike – and now there’s the Leopard Trail, which has only just opened... The Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve, Eastern Cape

The Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve, Eastern Cape

The Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve is a biodiversity project to create a 400 000ha protected area across 250km of the Eastern Cape View Tourism Articles