What to do at Bontebok National Park
On a Bontebok National Park holiday, guests can view game, enjoy swimming, nature trails, biking, canoeing and angling.
Holidaymakers can visit the park after wine routing in Robertson, Bonnievale and Ashton. Bontebok National Park activities include game viewing and relaxing at the Breede River. Nearby Swellendam offers great amenities, history and wining and dining establishments.
Year round there is always something in bloom in the park with peak flowering season occurring in spring. Rare plant species found nowhere else and other endangered species can be seen on a Bontebok National Park holiday. Guests can game view from the comfort of their own vehicles and encounter a variety of wildlife such as Bontebok, Cape Mountain Zebra, and Stanley’s Bustard.
There is a pump house hiking trail for day visitors. Bontebok also caters for biking enthusiasts (regular and mountain bikes). Swimmers can take a dip in the river at 2 sites within the park. The 6 day hike that winds through the Langeberg Mountains and Marloth Nature Reserve is one of Southern Africa’s top trails.
Activities and attractions
- Picnic and barbeque sites, ablutions, shop and nature trails
- Lang Elsie’s historic homestead ruins
- Game viewing
- Breede River swimming
- Biking (bring own bikes)
- Canoeing / kayaking (bring own equipment)
- Fishing (obtain angling permit at park reception)
- Wine Routes and hot springs in the area
- Swellendam restaurants and the Drostdy Museum
- 6 day hiking trail
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