We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I enjoyed a lovely day in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve, ziplining from mountain to mountain! The scenery is gorgeous, and it's a fun activity no matter the weather. The hiking trails looked incredible, and I would definitely go back to try them out!
you do not get to experience the beauty of the park by doing the only day hike. You are mostly confined to the large dirt road that is used by the zip-line people. When you finally get onto a small foot path into the mountains...More
The Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve hosts an array of experiences from zip-lining to kloofing. It has a beautiful landscape and has breathtaking views. Our party took the suicide gorge route, which was an experience I would recommend to any thrill seeker. This route takes you...More
From Sir Lowry's Pass the road goes up through Hottenthot Mountain and the Natural Reserve. This was just the most beautiful scenic drive. We had passed by the Hottenthot Mountain twice and this time it was completely spell-bounding because of a natural phenomenon. The clouds...More
En route to Cape Town I called the telephone number given on the Internet
A very friendly lady explained exactly how to get there.
The following morning I arrived at 8am and was delighted by great service at reception
Numerous youngsters were checking in to...More
I did the Zip line on Monday 23 March 2015...most majestic experience ever. The weather was perfect and the tour guides superb. Clinton, Jeff and Charlton made us feel like friends instead of guests. The springbok pie afterward was unfinishable. Never in my life did...More
Had a terrific walk from Nuweberg to Boesmanskloof Hut (8.5 hrs) via Palmiet Trail. It was long but stunning, especially the views from Pufaddernek down to the hut, which must be 600m below and 2 hrs away. Lots of proteas and sunbirds. Trail could be...More
...again not well managed, see Helderberg Nature Reserve. Signs are almost not there and if, they partly are contradictionary. What are all those folks doing who obviously work for the Nature Reserve besides collecting the entrance fees and filling out templates for security reasons? Where's...More