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Sanbona Wild Flower Walk
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve has about 600 species of plants, most of them flowering between August and September. Go on a walk around the Reserve to see how Sanbona's conservation efforts have made this floral kingdom flourish.
Approximately half of the reserve used to be livestock and agricultural farms and all aspects of farming have been systematically removed to allow the flora to regrow and prosper once more. Various floral kingdoms that make up the Reserve, including Acacia Thickets, Nama, Karoo, Renosterveld, Succulent Karoo and Central Mountain Fynbos. Succulents are especially varied and fascinating with names like Baby’s Bottoms, Ostrich Toes and Pig’s Ears. An optional walk with the guidance of a ranger can be arranged to cater for individual needs. From gentle strolls, taking in the breathtaking beauty of the indigenous fauna and flora, to challenging trails discovering isolated vistas, reveal the beauty of Sanbona Wildlife Reserve.
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