Jonkershoek Nature Reserve

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End of Jonkershoek Road, Jonkershoek Valley
Western Cape 
South Africa
021 886 5112/021 483 2949

This scenic reserve is located in the one of the highest rainfall areas in the country. The one side is managed by Mountain to Ocean Forestry (MTO forestry) and facilitates a 10km circular drive, walks, horse-riding and fishing at Kleinplaas dam. CapeNature manages the trails of between 5.3km and 17.1km. If you like, hire bikes from the tea garden at the gate (021 886 1550).

Open 7.30am-6pm daily (Apr-Oct); 7.30am-7pm (Nov-March).

Admission R25.

No credit cards are accepted.

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