Anysberg Karoo Solitude.

Tranquilpen By Tranquilpen, 2nd Dec 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Anysberg, or Aniseed mountain, so named after the splendid scented air wafting up from the unique and diverse indidenous wild herbs growing abundantly in this region.

1. Picturesque Cape Fold Mountains

The Anysberg Nature Reserve has for many years been one of the Western Cape's secret getaway destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. The amazing reserve is situated about three and a half hours outside Cape Town and nestles between the spectacular Cape Fold Mountains.

2. Authentic Koi San Rock Paintings

Anysberg offers it's visitors a complete range modern fascilities including, upgraded farm style accommodation and a contemporary eco-pool, surrounded by a large deck area. Anysberg caters for even the most descerning outdoor lovers. There are several 4X4 and mountain bike trails and includes the serene option of viewing Koi San rock art paintings from a kayak. All of these activities are coupled with spectacular game viewing.

3. The Tapfontein Wooden Cabins.

The renowned Tapfontein Bush Cabins recently received a makeover and currently boasts four brand new cabins each consisting of two single beds, a pedeestal, a beautiful veranda and outdoor furniture. The fully equiped kitchen is housed in an outside building and also has a newly renovated barbeque area and eco-pool.

4. Reach Tapfontein By Guided Horse Trail.

Tapfontein accommodates a maximum of eight people and can be accessed by driving your 4X4, mountain bike or by guided horse trail on a two day circular trail which is perfect for the adventure enthusiast.

Camping opportunities at Anysberg are without limits. A collection of five additional private campsites, each one separately cordoned off to ensure privacy whilst still providing magnificent views of the Klein Karoo landscape on offer.

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4X4 Trails, Cape Province, Flora, Fynbos, Herbs, Horse Trails, Karoo, Sa Destinations, Sa Travel, Solitude, South Africa, Wild Herbs

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author avatar Tranquilpen
As Andre' Hartslief, I strongly believe, that In life, there are no justified resentments.”We the old legends will become relics and fade away, while new giants emerge in our world of sobering truths.

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author avatar vpaulose
2nd Dec 2012 (#)

Interesting. Thank you dear Tranquil for your post. Missed you for long.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
28th Dec 2012 (#)

Vpaulose, thank you for reading this article, glad you enjoyed it.

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author avatar M G Singh
3rd Dec 2012 (#)

Excellent info and well presented

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author avatar Tranquilpen
28th Dec 2012 (#)

Hello Madan, I also love the solitude of wide open spaces and spent several years in this natural area. Thank you for reading my friend.

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author avatar Retired
3rd Dec 2012 (#)

Beautiful. I love solitude in nature! Blessings, rd

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author avatar Tranquilpen
28th Dec 2012 (#)

Hello RDN, your presence is always a blessing on my pages like a breath of fresh air. I trust that you are in good healt6h dear friend. Thank you for reading dearest friend.

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author avatar Randy Duckworth
16th Dec 2012 (#)

Beautiful!

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author avatar Tranquilpen
28th Dec 2012 (#)

Hello Randy, great of you to read my article, been so extremely busy these past few months working hard to get a small business venture off the ground.

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author avatar Songbird B
13th Feb 2013 (#)

This sounds so idyllic Andre' and you can hear the real affection you have for this area through your writing..An informative article my friend.\0/x

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