Walks and Hikes in the Blaauwberg Nature Reserve

Fauna and flora enthusiasts should take time out to enjoy a hike or walk in the nearby Blaauwberg Nature Reserve. Held over weekends throughout the year, this is an opportunity to learn about our rare and endangered wild flowers.

West Coast Flowers

The circular Coastal Dune Hiking Trail is 4.4 km and starts and finishes from Eerstesteen, just north of Bloubergstrand. GPS 33°46’38.98″S , 18°26’55.04″E

Visitors meet at the Environmental Cabin at Eerstesteen and are led by volunteer guides who are members of CREW (Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers). Or, you are welcome to walk the trail independently, it is signposted. No dogs allowed, no cycling and for safety reasons do not walk alone.

Spring Walks are held on Sunday 20th August, 17th September and 22nd October and start at 2pm.

The Botanical Walk is a slow walk, and suited for those who like to amble along. Just short of the halfway point, there is an opportunity for the more energetic walkers to walk ahead or for slower walkers to turn around. The botanical walks are held on the first Saturday of each month between 9am and 12pm. No walks between November and February.

Take along your water, snacks, hat and sunblock.

R15 per adult
R8 per child (3 – 17 yrs)

R8 per senior (60+)

R23 per vehicle

If you are a member of The Friends of the Blaauwberg Conservation Area the walk is free, and entry to the Nature Reserve is also free.

To become a member, click here to complete the online application form.

Booking is essential. Please email Petra Broddle – petrabroddle@yahoo.com