Cederberg Guest Farm in the Sneeuberg Conservancy near Citrusdal

Boschkloof is situated in the Sneeuberg Conservancy, bordering on the Cederberg Conservancy; a vast wilderness area with dramatic mountain scenery, untouched Cape fynbos and an abundance of indigenous animal and bird species. Sightings of baboons, dassies (rock rabbits), otters, small deer and Black Eagles are not uncommon, with the protected Cape Leopard being more elusive.

The farm is the ideal base from where to explore the many natural attractions and sights of the Cederberg. Your hosts will gladly direct you to places worth visiting in the greater Cederberg area or suggest day trips to the West Coast.


  • Citrus fruit March to September
  • Wild Flowers August to September
  • Fishing in farm dams
  • Excellent birding
  • Hiking trails: ranging from walks to 45 mins to Anglo Boer War Blockhouse
  • Mountain biking - circular route (27km) starting on farm

From August to October carpets of wild flowers and rare indigenous species flower, transforming the area into a spectacle of colour. It is also the time when orange blossoms fill the valleys with the intoxicating scent of neroli. The rare Snow Protea flowers during the coldest winter months and it is worth making the effort to see this endemic masterpiece of nature.

There are many walking and mountain bike trails on the farm, ranging from leisurly strolls along farm tracks to more challenging routes into the mountains. One of the walks lead to the historic 'blokhuis' (block house), a relic from the Anglo Boer War. You can also spend a lazy afternoon relaxing at the picnic place under the old pear trees.

Explore the San rock paintings, hike along mountain trails, cool off in the sparkling swimming pool or a refreshing mountain stream, enjoy the prolific bird life . . or simply relax and enjoy the magnificent views!