The Robberg Nature Reserve lies along the coast of the famous Garden Route a mere 8km from Plettenberg Bay.
Well-known for the Cape fur seal colony that is harbours and the seasonal whales, the Robberg Nature Reserve has incredible views of the ocean and a rich community of coastal bird life. It is also one of the many places where the indigenous fynbos can be found. It stretches into the sea for approximately 4km with three beautiful hiking trails varying in length that winds around the reserve where whale and dolphin watching are often indulged in.
The Robberg Nature Reserve is not only a marine reserve but also a national monument because of the ancient rocks and Stone Age caves called, The Nelson Bay caves that it features. The area was first inhabited 120 000 years ago and now offers details interpretation facilities for visitors. Fishing, kayaking, and surfing amongst other activities are often indulged in, as are wildlife viewing.
Accommodation in Robberg Natrue Reseve presents beautiful coastal self-catering homesteads and guesthouses. Robberg Nature Reserve accommodation provides views of the beautiful coast, fynbos, and ancient rock faces. Bes sure to not miss out on one of South Africa’s most diverse and beautifully interesting reserves.