Nature Reserve
Explore the unspoilt beauty and indigenous fynbos of the reserve on foot or bring your moun-tain bike for riding along the existing trails. Then take a splash in the pool overlooking Brandvlei Dam and surrounding mountain ranges! Our ±6000… hectare reserve is nestled between valleys and koppies of the mountain, offering superb bird watching and hiking. Various indigenous plant and animal species can also be seen, including the Cape leopard, klipspringer and African wild cat.
Animals
Klipbokkop has a rich animal life including one of the largest populations of the elusive Cape Leopard. Together with the Cape Leopard Trust, motion sensor cameras as placed in strategic locations to capture, not only the Leopard but all, the wildlife.

Animal Rehabilitation

Wild animals confiscated from private homes, are often brought to be rehabilitated and reintroduced into the wild.
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Flora
Klipbokkop has an exceptional array of plant life and flowers. Each year the Imperial College of London visits to explore this unique diversity of plant.
Bird Watching
Klipbokkop offers a unique opportunity for bird lovers to observe a wide variety of birds in a sanctuary of pristine fynbos and mountainous terrains with rocky outcrops. Since Klipbokkop is nestled in the mountains, the bird life is as abundant at the Conference Centre as in the rest of the unspoiled landscape. Birdwatching can be enjoyed by walking on the mountain tracks, while engaging in guided 4x4 driving on any of the three routes or when sipping a cocktail, enjoying the breathtaking views.
Birding List
Trevor and Margaret Hardaker, the late Phil Hockey and his wife, Samantha Stofberg Hockey, together with Renier Balt, helped compile the bird list of Klipbokkop.