The Greyton Nature Reserve lies on the steep southern slopes of the Riviersonderend Mountains above the town of Greyton in the Western Cape. It was established by Professor Brian Rycroft on 13 May 1977 and is approximately 2200 hectares in extent, making it the third largest Nature Reserve in the Cape. The reserve boasts wide variety of Fynbos with flowers abound year round.
Reserve also boasts a variety of hiking and walking trails, beckoning visitors to get up close and personal with its bountiful biodiversity.
Costs: R250 / person (Includes entrance fee) (Children under 13 R60)
Booking is essential!
RSVP : Wednesday 29 May 2019 + minimum 50% deposit paid!
Coffee and a lovely treat will be supplied.
Proper Hiking Boots/Shoes
Warm clothes & Hat
Your own lunch/snacks
Binoculars and Camera
For more information or to make a booking, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact on 0823441096