The Cederberg Conservancy is the heart of the Cederberg
The solitude and breathtaking natural beauty of the area is captivating. Exposure to natural elements and a degree of freedom and isolation ensures a true wilderness experience that will draw you back for a follow-up visit.
The Cederberg lies some 200km north of Cape Town. This vast region , encompasses some 162 00 hectare of rugged, moutainous terrain, sretching from the Pakhuis Pass in the north to Grootrivier in the south. The San and Khoi people inhabited the Cederberg area from early times, leaving behiand a rich legacy of rock art. The Cederberg can be accessed from the N7 or from Ceres via the Koue Bokkeveld side – via a good gravel road. On the N7 approximately 28 km from either Citrusdal or Clanwilliam you will find the Cederberg turn-off. Alternative gravel roads exist from Clanwilliam and Cirtusdal when the Olifants River is in flood. Activities include Bird watching, 4×4 Route, Day hikes, Overnight hikes, Horse riding, Mountain biking, Fishing, Swimming and Sport and Traditional Climbing.