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The trail leads into the wilderness. It is a place where wild plants and animals live out their daily lives and where natural processes prevail. It is an area to enjoy. From our visits we gain rich experiences and memories, but in return we must remember to give this area another day of unspoiled wilderness. - Henry Thoreau

A number of trails of differing lengths and difficulty have been created on both the estate and the adjoining nature reserve. They are suitable for walking, hiking and mountain biking. There are a number of picnic spots as well as benches on some trails. Each trail is depicted by a different colour, with arrows of that colour showing the way. An arrow without a colour shows either a place of interest or an alternate route.

Trail information:

  • Trails are used at own risk.

  • Trails open at sunrise and close at sunset.

  • No unaccompanied children.

  • Do not deviate from the marked trails.

  • Do not litter.

  • No pets allowed (not even on leashes).

  • No excessive noise.

  • It is recommended that you make use of insect repellant for ticks (Bayticol is available to purchase from Javali).

  • Do NOT remove any fauna or flora as all species of fauna and flora are protected.

  • Feeding of wildlife is strictly forbidden, as it encourages interaction with people that could lead to their injury or yours.

  • Please be aware that this is a nature reserve. Be mindful of the wildlife that may be present on the trails. Do not approach animals.

  • Be cautious of SNAKES.

  • Please note that spiders love to spin webs across the narrower paths.

  • Please be aware of all staff-related vehicles that may be on the trails.

  • If you are found to be in violation of the above, action may be taken.

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