Bontebok Ridge Reserve – Wellington!

Yesterday I had the great pleasure of a visit and overnight at Bontebok Ridge Reserve, located on the outskirts of Wellington, just on an hour from Cape Town. Home to a host of wildlife in their natural habitat, including bontebok, eland, wildebeest, red hartebeest, springbuck, duiker, grysbuck, grey rhebuck, and other. The mountains are so breathtaking I needed to be reminded to take in the abundant game … There is a gorgeous dam for swimming, canoes, a lapa with fireplace, four comfy bungalows, fulled equipped kitchen and shared ablutions. Rates are excellent! This is a place to book, enjoy regularly and fall in love with.

Tom Turner, third generation on the farm, offers a very informative game drive, history of the farm and details of exciting things planned for the future. 

See to book a few choice dates now! Top photo by Marie Ljungqvist.

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