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1. The Magoebaskloof Trail truly is in paradise – incredibly beautiful streams, indigenous forests, mist, waterfalls, plantations, hut locations, butterflies, ferns, flowers...
2. The level of hiking difficulty can however be tough, and is largely determined by the weather and length of day due...More
This is one of the most beautiful parts of our country, about 4,5 to 5hrs drive from Johannesburg. A group of 12 did the hike, with varying degrees of experience and fitness levels. Two people had never hiked before, one person is a highly experienced...More
We actually took a slow, winding drive through the forest on a very misty, rainy day. The forest is a mixture of indigenous trees and plantations, including the tallest planted tree in the world which we took a short hike off the track to reach....More
The route takes you through beautiful indigenous forest. Would like to walk through a bit more plantation as it has it's own beauty. Bridges for crossing rivers needs a lot of work and are mostly unstable and or broken. Had bed lice at the last...More
We visited Magoebas and did a 2 days Dokolewa to Seepsteen trail. This was quite an adventure. We started at Dokolewa and moved to Seepsteen, the trail starts as easy and becomes a bit difficulty as it starts on continuously ascend. It took us about...More
My girlfriend and I do quite a lot of hiking but nothing really compares to the experience we had on this hike.
We chose the 2 night, Dokolewa pools trail.
The first day is short so it's nice if you have quite a distance to...More
It was not very difficult but at some point i woulf have liked to see more indications, it is not so easy to follow, at least not for us, although we are not experienced at all in highking. But for beginners it is quite enjoyable