Cederberg Wilderness Area

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Cederberg Wilderness Area

The Cederberg Wilderness Area is spread out over some 71 hectares of mountainous, fynbos-clad terrain. The area is famed for its towering sandstone formations like the Wolfberg Arch and the Maltese Cross, the rare Clanwilliam cedar tree and excellent examples of San rock art (most famous being the Stadsaal caves). Hiking trails abound and campers love the area. The popular Algeria campsite on the banks of the Rondegat River also offers chalets.

How to go:

From N7, turn off at sign to Algeria and travel for 17km

Open 7.30am-6pm daily.

Fee: Day hike R40; Overnight hike R65.

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