About Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve is an innovative and sophisticated eco-reserve located near the southern tip of Africa in the Western Cape, South Africa. Nestled amidst mountains, forests, and the sea, Grootbos Private Natu…show more
Accommodation options at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
Forest LodgeMin 1 guest - max 2 guests16 Lodge Suites
At Forest Lodge, nature is what makes most of your experiences, from the nature-inspired decor of the lodge, the curved lines of the roof to the way the windows…
from R 10500 / per-person-per-night-sharing
R13500 High season rateenquireAirconSwimming PoolEn-suite bathroomBarMini BarTea & Coffee StationSHOW ALL AMENITIES
Garden LodgeMin 1 guest - max 2 guests11 Lodge Suites
Enjoy the beautiful views of Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, amazing luxury, and world-class culinary excellence that makes the Garden Lodge experience a memor…
from R 10500 / per-person-per-night
R13500 High season rateenquire
- All meals
- All activities
- Tours and transfers to/from all included activities
Activities at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
Flower Safarimore info
Coastal Safarimore info
Marine Big 5 boat tripmore info
Mountain Bikingmore info
Horse Ridingmore info
Beach Horse Ridingmore info
How to get there
Cape Town International Airport
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
Check in at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve
10:00 on day of departure
Frequently asked questions
Are children welcome at Grootbos?
Which time of year is best for viewing the Cape Floral Kingdom?
What activities are not included in my stay?
/ per person per night sharing
R13500 High season rate
Peaceful & Relaxing
The food was good,location very nice. Room very comfortable,clean. Got everything we asked for.
Experience of a Lifetime!
We have had the most amazing trip of our lives. We have travelled to many places but this place was very special.
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve impact highlights
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve doesn't just conserve the pristine wilderness they call home. They are always researching, innovating and pioneering new ways of doing things – all this to develop and change the lives of the local community members as well as preserve 2500 hectares of botanical and wildlife treasures.