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Conscious Karoo Living at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve

Posted on Tue October 19, 2021.

In case you missed it - the UN hosts its World Climate Change Conference during the first week of November. The British Royals - not ones to be left behind - have also just launched their ‘Earthshot Prize’ designed to incentivise change and “help repair our planet over the next ten years.” So what are we doing, you ask? Well, Sneeuberg Nature Reserve is but a figurative drop in the conservation ocean. Yet, our founder, Charlotte Daneel and the neighbouring farms have made a splash in rehabilitating and restoring this ancient piece of land.

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Experience The Old Through New Eyes in Nieu-Bethesda

Posted on Tue July 6, 2021.

If you’re yearning for an escape from this century (aren’t we all) and the stress that comes with it, travel back in time to yesteryears gone by, and take a detour through the quaint town of Nieu-Bethesda - just half an hour’s drive from Sneeuberg Nature Reserve.

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The Wonders That Await at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve

Posted on Fri December 4, 2020.

There's a reason the Karoo touches the souls of all who visit its vast lands. As the largest plateau of its kind outside of Asia, this enchanting place is hard to forget.

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Nature Unscripted at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve

Posted on Mon September 14, 2020.

While the world has had to adjust to a new 'normal', the resident wildlife at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve have continued to live an untouched, unspoiled and unscripted life in the heart of the Karoo.

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Reconnect on Route 63

Posted on Sun May 17, 2020.

Leave the national roads and concrete jungles, and get stuck behind the spectacular sights of the undiscovered Route 63. Whether you’re looking to reconnect with family and friends at Langhuis, Graaff Reinet or stay in the Sneeuberg Nature Reserve, a road trip along the R63 promises the back-to-basics escape you crave. It intersects the major roads of the N12, N1 and N9 and is a welcomed reprieve from the monotonous straights of the Karoo.

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