view from blaauwberg

The Blaauwberg Nature Reserve (BBNR), a unique area of approximately 2 000 ha comprising a rich mosaic of natural, cultural and historical elements, is located 25 km north of the centre of Cape Town, South Africa. It is regarded as a global biodiversity hotspot. It harbours a unique treasure of cultural historical artefacts and has the potential to become an open-air classroom which is easily accessible to millions of people in its proximity. It also provides a strategic visual link between Table Mountain and Robben Island and provides opportunities for a multitude of recreational activities.

Latest News

More Eland in the Blaauwberg Nature Reserve

20 Feb 2017
In September last year, a few Red Hartebees were released into the Blaauwberg Nature Reserve. In December, an Eland joined the family and…

Baboon Spiders…

06 Feb 2017
baboob spider
These harmless giants are often negatively portrayed. They are called baboon spiders due to their hairy appearance and the black scopulae…