Malaria-free Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, Western Cape is a very unique nature destination located near Ceres in the magnificent Cederberg Mountains.
Just a 3 hour drive from Cape Town, Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, Western Cape stands on the Swartruggens range of the Cederberg Mountains, separating the Koue Bokkeveld from the vast Karoo.
The wide-open spaces, unusual rock landscapes, flora and fauna are all part of Kagga Kamma’s attraction. In combining a wildlife experience in unspoiled nature and the promotion of indigenous culture, the reserve offers a wonderful eco-tourism destination. Kagga Kamma is open to day visitors where lunch and activities are included, or there are various packages available.
Summer months (December - end February) may be very hot with very little or no shade. Winter months (June - August) may vary from mild to very cold with frost and perhaps even snow on high lying areas.
Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, Western Cape is 250km / 3 hours drive from Cape Town.
Take the N1 North. At Worcester, turn off to Ceres. In Ceres, follow the directions to Prince Alfred’s Hamlet and Citrusdal. After passing through P.A. Hamlet and Gydo pass, turn right at the 'Kagga Kamma' sign, just after the small town called 'Op-die-Berg'.
Turn right at the next 'Kagga Kamma' sign after about 18 kilometres (11.2 miles). From here it is good gravel road. Turn left at another 'Kagga Kamma' sign after 19km (11.8 miles). You will arrive at the entrance gate of Kagga Kamma after 15km (9.2 miles). Please note that the last 35km to Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is a scenic gravel road.