Fernkloof Nature Reserve
Fernkloof Nature Reserve - Just 5 minutes from our Guest House. Walk or hike with splendid views of
mountain and sea. There are many pathways (and benches if you want to take a rest), and the walk to
the waterfall takes about 20 minutes.
Picnic area's are provided at the bottom of the reserve and plenty of parking spaces too.
In Fernkloof 92 species of bird have been spotted, including Sunbirds, Rock Thrush, Cape Sugar and Rock Jumper.
1474 species of plant have so far been collected and identified . Nowhere else on the planet are so many different species found growing so close to one another - and one can view them in the Hermanus Herbarium at Fernkloof, which has achieved international status. Housed in this herbarium are more plant species than those found in the entire United Kingdom.
The Hermanus Wildflower Festival is held each year at the Fernkloof Reserve and coincides with the annual September Hemanus whale festival.
Visit Fernkloof Nursery where masses of Eco-friendly, indigenous plants are on sale. There are often exhibitions in the reserves "big top" which display an exciting range of exhibitions such as the extremely popular "mini indigenous gardens" display. Animals can also be found at the reserve, including Baboon, Klipspringer, Mongoose and Dassies.
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