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The 900ha Mount Bain’s Private Nature Reserve sanctum is located in the Breedekloof Valley, between the busy towns of Wellington in the west and Ceres in the north east, and an 80km drive from Cape Town, South Africa.
The reserve offers complete seclusion where the only noise you will hear is the rustle of leaves and chirping birds. The design and layout of the cottages are in keeping with the surroundings, the wooden decks looking out over the valley where various antelope roam and baboons forage. Other animals frequenting the area are leopard, caracal, porcupine and black eagle. In winter, the surrounding peaks are capped with snow.
For those who enjoy eco-tourism activities, Mount Bain’s Private Nature Reserve is a picture-perfect destination.
Top 5 reasons to visit Mount Bain’s Private Nature Reserve
1. Collect a self-guided tour map of the Bainskloof Pass from the Wellington Info office to fully appreciate the beauty of this... Show more