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Cederberg Mountains Extension

Hike, Bike or Explore by 4x4, Discovering Diverse Landscapes and Bushman Rock Art
This 5-star eco-experience unites nature and luxury in a place of discovery and refuge. From July through October the veld bursts into color with spring flowers. More than 750 indigenous plant species have been identified within the reserve, including Bushman's Kloof’s own ‘Cederberg Seven’ – an endemic group of species native only to this area. Walk, bike or travel by 4x4 in search of the region’s 35 mammal species and 150 bird species. Most commonly seen are gemsbok, bontebok, Cape Mountain zebra, eland, red hartebeest, grey rhebok, klipspringer, kudu, springbok and steenbok, with occasional sightings of aardwolf, African wild cat, bat-eared fox, Cape fox and porcupine. The reserve is rich in Bushman rock art, with more than 130 pristine sites. Some date as far back as 10,000 years, some of the oldest recorded examples of human art. Myriad activities are available, including sunset nature drives, early morning rock-art excursions, nature hikes, mountain biking, canoeing, swimming, fly fishing and archery. After all this exploration, cool off with a dip beneath a refreshing waterfall or the natural, crystal-clear rock pools, or enjoy a treatment at the spa.

» Traverse the mountain range on day and night excursions, encountering a variety of wildlife
» Examine 10,000 year-old Bushman rock art on untouched sites
» Fly-fish, canoe or mountain bike in this ecologically rich nature reserve

Location of Adventure
Cederberg Mountains, South Africa

Accommodations, meals, services of professional guides and staff, road transfers to and from Cape Town International Airport, parks and permit fees, all taxes.

Not Included
Travel to and from start and end point of trip, alcoholic beverages, gratuities, passport and visa fees, optional activities, items of a personal nature (phone calls, laundry, etc.), baggage fees, airport and departure taxes, required medical evacuation insurance.

Physical Requirements
There is no required level of activity.

Getting There & Getting Home
Please arrive in Cape Town, South Africa by 1 pm on Day 1 of your trip to connect with your transfer (approx. 3.5 hours) to the lodge. You may depart anytime on the final day. Please keep in mind the 3.5 hour transfer when making your travel arrangements. Transfers departing the lodge prior to 10 am or after 3 pm may incur an early/late transfer surcharge. We can best serve you if Natural Habitat Adventures’ Travel Desk makes these reservations for you as they are intimately familiar with the special requirements of these programs and can arrange the most efficient and cost-effective travel. Please call us at 1-800-543-8917.
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