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Marloth-Nature-Reserve

Marloth Nature Reserve

Marloth Nature Reserve is a hidden gem in the majestic Swellendam Mountains. Marloth offers various day trails, ranging from easy, short walks to more strenuous, longer hikes. These trails lead into the shady green indigenous forest, where cool pools and waterfalls wait to be discovered. Day walks are open from sunrise to sunset. Grab your permit at the Marloth Main Office.

Hiking options:

Duiwelsbos (2km/250m climb), Koloniesbos (2km/150m climb), The Plaat (9km/528m climb), 

Wamakersbos (10.5km/720m climb), Twaalfuurkop (12km/1200m climb) and Tienuurkop (8km/1000m climb). 

Bontebok National Park

Groot Vadersbosch

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