Kamberg Nature Reserve

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Kamberg Nature Reserve information

guided rock-art walks (adult/child R25/13); rock art centre (video R15, guided walk to waterfall R15, guided walk to waterfall & shelter R25)
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Southeast of Giant’s Castle and a little away from the main escarpment area, Kamberg Nature Reserve has a number of antelope species and guided rock-art walks.

The reserve’s new rock art centre is well worth visiting, if only to support the local community, the Tandela, who run it. Tours depart at 9am, 11am and 12.30pm. Allow three hours for the round trip (3.5km). It’s an easy walk, if a little steep at the end. Two documentaries are shown in a purpose-built multimedia centre: the first on San people, and another, a visual tour of the actual walk, aimed at those who are unable to walk to the site (those with disability).

You can get there from Rosetta, off the N3 south of Mooi River, travelling via either Nottingham Rd or Redcliffe.