Our mountain offers amazing trails, which you can walk or run! Our trails can either be enjoyed as self-guided trips, or for a more informative experience, book one of our guides who can give you a more in-depth tour of the local fauna and flora. We are proud members of the Groenlandberg Conservancy and actively involved in number of conservation initiatives.
We have some wonderful birdlife on the farm so don’t forget your binoculars! Bird spotters are welcome to search out the wide variety of bird species found on the farm and in the mountain.
For detailed information on Birds of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve click here
To see our bird list click here
Come and experience the newly built and fabricated mountain bike trails. There is a 7,5km UCI graded blue route which links to our neighbors’ blue route for a total of 18km with 259m of climbing. We also have a UCI graded red route linking with our neighbour for more experienced riders, which will give you a total of 28km and 425m of climbing.
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Enjoy our Hood
For a gentle walk back in time, we will guide you through the cellar, past the mill, below the Constables house and down to the original bridge over the Bot, and in so doing, show you the rich history of the farm. For a self-guided tour collect a map at the tasting room. If you would like a guided tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
With both our dams stocked with bass and trout, guests are welcome to fish at any time. Fishing rods can be pre-arranged. Catch and release only.
Join the locals for drinks on the stoep of the Bot River Hotel
Manny's is our very own Portuguese restaurant across the street.
The Shuntin Shed, a short walk up the hill to the railway station, offers casual food, great vibes and a relaxed atmosphere.
Cornellskop Wildlife Encounters
Wild Horses of the Bot River Lagoon, Rooisand
Dassiesfontein and Houw Hoek Farmstall both offer fresh produce and other interesting products.
Tour the Bot River Wineries - For more information visit www.botriverwineries.com