Reserves

South Africa has many world-renowned game parks and nature reserves.

We are blessed with a good number of nature reserves, game parks, botanical gardens and biospheres, many of which are close at hand, and some — like the Table Mountain National Park — right on our doorstep.

SANParks is responsible for managing much of our national heritage, and is responsible for the following:

Cape l'Agulhas lighthouse, Agulhas National Park
Cape l’Agulhas lighthouse, Agulhas National Park
  1. Groenkloof
  2. Kruger
  3. Table Mountain National Park (Boulders, Cape Point, Silvermine)
  4. Marakele
  5. Golden Gate
  6. Camdeboo
  7. Mountain Zebra
  8. Addo Elephant
  9. Garden Route National Park (Tsitsikamma, Knysna, & Wilderness)
  10. Bontebok National Park
  11. Agulhas National Park
  12. West Coast National Park (Postberg)
  13. Karoo
  14. Namaqua
  15. |Ai-|Ais / Richtersveld
  16. Augrabies
  17. Kgalagadi
  18. Mapungubwe
  19. Tankwa Karoo
  20. Mokala.

CapeNature manages the following in the Western Cape :

Wolfberg Arch, Cederberg
Wolfberg Arch, Cederberg Wilderness Area

West Coast:
1. Cederberg Wilderness Area
2. Bird Island Nature Reserve
3. Rocherpan Nature Reserve
4. Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area

Winelands:
5. Limietberg Nature Reserve
6. Jonkershoek Nature Reserve
7. Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve
8. Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve
9. Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve

Overberg:
10. Marloth Nature Reserve
11. Kogelberg Nature Reserve
12. Walker Bay Nature Reserve
13. Salmonsdam Nature Reserve
14. De Mond Nature Reserve
15. De Hoop Nature Reserve
16. Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve
17. Boosmansbos Wilderness Area

Cape Karoo:
18. Anysberg Nature Reserve
19. Swartberg Nature Reserve
20. Gamkaberg Nature Reserve

Chantelle & Trevor, Robberg Peninsula
Chantelle & Trevor, Robberg Nature Reserve

Garden Route and Little Karoo:
21. Outeniqua Nature Reserve
22. Goukamma Nature Reserve
23. Keurbooms River Nature Reserve
24. Robberg Nature Reserve

Municipal / Private

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