Tourism

in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve

There are so many reasons to visit the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. From the diversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom, to the magnificent ocean and shoreline, the incredible birding opportunities to tasting some of the wonderful wines – there’s something for everyone within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve.

"It’s Biosphere Living at its best."

Here are some tips for tourists who love nature:

Go hikE

in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve, the Groenlandberg Conservancy or one of the other great nature reserves or conservancies

Go SLOW

Be sure to take a slow cruise along the coast from Gordon’s Bay to Rooiels on Clarence Drive

GO MEET

Visit the Stony Point Penguin colony in Betty’s Bay

GO WANDER

Stop off at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden in Betty’s Bay

GO CANOE

Canoe the Kleinmond Lagoon and experience the Botriver Estuary

Go BIRD

Enjoy all the wonderful bird species endemic to our fynbos landscapes, and much more

 

Go zipline

Go ziplining in the Elgin Valley near Grabouw with the Cape Canopy Tours

GO SURF

Don’t miss the surfing opportunities offered along our wonderful coastline

 

GO Enjoy

Enjoy the biosphere reserve’s many whale-watching opportunities

 

GO EXPLORE

There’s so much to see in our district, like the wild horses of the Rooisand Nature Reserve

 

  • Go hiking in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve, the Groenlandberg Conservancy or one of the other great nature reserves or conservancies
  • Be sure to take a slow cruise along the coast from Gordon’s Bay to Rooiels on Clarence Drive
  • Visit the Stony Point Penguin colony in Betty’s Bay
  • Canoe the Kleinmond Lagoon and experience the Botriver Estuary

Check out all the attractions, things to do and places to stay on the tourism bureau websites.

Biosphere Living

If you live in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve region, you’re already enjoying Biosphere Life. That means you can already enjoy all that Mother Nature offers you here, in this incredibly special part of the world. MORE

 

You can take the next step, to become even more involved in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve.

And remember to include us in your social media posts, by using the hashtag: #BiosphereLiving.