The Palmiet Nature Reserve
Nature Reserve Weather Forecast
- Scenery: spectacular cliffs, river,
forest and grassland
- Birds and Plants: over 150 bird and
170 tree species
- Trails: 15 km of guided and self guided
trails: sunset and night trails
- Environmental education: ecology, iron
and stone age cultures
- Recreational: braai and picnic sites, disabled trail
- Solitude experiences
- Frank Farrer Hall: environmental friendly
community uses and education
- Open 7am
to 6 pm
- No biking. running or canoe trails
Guided trails – 1st Sunday each month at 8.30am. No charge, but donations
towards PNR welcome.
Meet at main entrance at the end of Old new Germany Road.
Warren Friedman Monthly Guided Trail 031-2622935.
Self Guided walk in PNR No charge, but donations to
PNR can be made. Other guided trails, including in Zulu, and braai, including breakfast,
lunch and sunset with a night trail , charge per head, can be organised.
- ABSOLUTLY NO DOGS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ARE ALLOWED.
- Packs of well fed domestic dogs found hunting in the reserve will be trapped and in extreme circumstances shot by rangers. There is also a chance of your pet being caught in a snare. Dogs leave their scent behind and discourage sightings of the reintroduced Bushbuck and other mammals.
Enquiries & bookings: Reserve Office 031 266 8015
Information: Jean Senogles 031 2665240
- Bushbuck Release July 2014