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 Nature Reserve showcases a wealth of biodiversity, cultural heritage, and natural marvels, with stunning views of Walker Bay's marine sanctuary.
The accommodations at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve blend seamlessly into the pristine natural environment without compromising on luxury and comfort. The 11-suite Garden Lodge is surrounded by vibrant gardens and an ancient milkwood forest, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the untouched fynbos and the glistening coastline of Walker Bay, while the contemporary and stylish Forest Lodge has 16 suites and offers a sense of modernity that rivals top cities around the world. However, what sets it apart is its unparalleled location amidst one of the world's most biodiverse landscapes.
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve offers a diverse range of experiences inspired by the surrounding natural beauty, with a strong focus on conservation and community. Guests can embark on 4x4 botanical tours, marine safaris, horseback riding adventures, scenic walks and hikes, or simply unwind and embrace the tranquil surroundings at their own pace.
Experience the serenity and embrace the natural beauty as you indulge in one of the beautiful suites, where you can relax, unwind, and connect with nature in ultimate comfort. Here, guests can witness the ever-changing colors of the southern sky and even encounter the occasional visit from small deer as they graze nearby. Prepare for a combination of cosmopolitan elegance and enchanting wonders of nature that cannot be found anywhere else.
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 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.