Private nature reserve situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range. It lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village.
The reserve spans 4365 hectares of mountainous terrain, being a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. We border on the provincial Anysberg World Heritage Site on the southeast for about 4 km.
We have magical mountain scenery, Early Stone Age artefacts, cultural-historic structures and -ruins, interesting geological formations, wildlife, birdlife, lichens, marine trace fossils, three fynbos vegetation types, clear night skies and awesome silence. These create a unique Sense of Place and Sense of Historic Mystery, ensuring that there is something to interest all nature lovers.
Our main focus is the conservation of the Fynbos of the Witteberg.
You can buy your own holiday home with an undivided share in this unique mountain retreat and fynbos conservancy.
You can also visit us and stay in one of our self-catering accommodation units.Day Zero Preparedness (if applicable)
Our water comes from several boreholes as well as rainwater harvesting. We have sufficient water for our guests, staff, management, homeowners and wildlife.