Pringle Bay and the Kogelberg Biosphere in Overberg
Pringle Bay is situated in the Kogelberg Biosphere. A Biosphere is a specific type of landscape designated by UNESCO and accommodates both the natural environment and communities. The Kogelberg Biosphere is the only reserve in
The Koegelberg Nature Reserve consists of 100 000 hectare, running along the costal area from Gordon’s Bay to Kleinmond, and is filled with generous mountain peaks, craggy kloofs and valleys.
The Kogelberg is known as the “heart of fynbos” and it is home to an incredible 1712 different plant species (of which 150 are endemic), making it one of the world’s riches sites of plant diversity. There are also several animal species like leopard, caracal, baboon, variety of small antelope, birds, fish and smaller creatures.
The mountain landscape offers some of the most spectacular sceneries in the
There are several hiking trails in the Koegelberg. During winter white water kayaking is permitted on the
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