Clara Anna Fontein
About 30 minutes from central Cape Town is Clara Anna Fontein, the only game reserve within the greater Cape metropolitan area.
The 20ha (49 acre) private game reserve in the Durbanville wine valley is home to some of the Western Cape’s last remaining renosterveld (indigenous vegetation type).
Visitors can also view zebra, bontebok, wildebeest, eland, ostrich, African wildcat and Grey Rhebok, among other indigenous animals.
Spend a few nights in the tented camp inside the reserve and watch the game graze outside your tent. Those who prefer a more permanent structure can stay in one of the country cottages or an eco-cottage.
In the morning, put on your hat and some sunscreen and hop on one of the daily game drives, which take place between 10h00 and midday. Please note that bookings for game drive should be made 48 hours in advance. Then pop into the Bush Deli for brunch.
- Phone: +27 (0)21 975 7017
- Website: http://www.claraannafontein.com
- Physical Address: Clara Anna Fontein farm
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