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Botanical 4x4 Tour

Botanical 4x4 Tour

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve

Tiny, Exquisite Worlds

Keep still, listen intently and you’ll be amazed at the things you learn on a botanical safari. With the richest temperate flora in the world and six completely new species never discovered by science before, your time at Grootbos will mean that you’ll never look at plants and flowers in quite the same way again.

The 800 recorded plant species in our 2500 hectares of pristine wilderness will bring the fascinating story of fynbos and forest to life as you touch, smell and see the natural miracles that surround you. Learn how a sunbird’s beak fits perfectly into a flower, why the honey our bees produce is completely unique and how important ravaging fires are for bringing forth new life.

Feel free to contact Grootbos Private Nature Reserve to learn more about our botanical safari.

Botanical 4x4 Tour

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve is a luxurious pristine paradise showcasing the splendour of the Cape Floral Kingdom and the incredible marine life of the southern tip of Africa. Situated 2 hours from Cape Town, Grootbos is the perfect central base to discover all the magnificent attractions of the...

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