Tulbagh Mountain Biking

Tulbagh is fast becoming a hotspot for mountain biking. With trails all over the valley, winding through numerous farms and natural spaces, it’s easy to see why biking enthusiasts are flocking to the area. Pick up your mountain biking map and permit at the tourism office and get ready for a different way to explore the little town we call home.

Tulbagh Bird Watching

Birdlife flourishes in Tulbagh and the surrounding areas. Bird-watchers should seize the opportunity to visit the numerous dams and lookout points to spot some bird life, such as the African Fish-Eagle and South African Shelduck. Because Tulbagh is part of a protected area, in an attempt to rehabilitate the renosterveld, it is certainly not uncommon to find threatened species such as the Black Harrier, Southern Black Korhaan and Secretarybird.

Tulbagh Hiking Trails

With Tulbagh’s beautiful mountain ranges, there is no shortage of breathtaking hikes. Explore one of the richest floral kingdoms in the world. All the walks in the area are between a 10min-20min drive from our farm. You can stop by the Tourism Office in Tulbagh to get your hiking permit.

Tulbagh Fauna & Flora

Tulbagh is surrounded by the towering peaks of the Winterhoek, Witzenberg and Saronsberg mountain ranges. Nestled in this valley is one of the richest floral kingdoms in the world, The Cape Floristic Region (CFR). Due to the diverse fauna & flora scattered all over the valley, Tulbagh has been identified as a high priority for conservation action.



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