Golden Gate Highlands National Park:
The Golden Gate Highlands National Park is well known for its scenic beauty as well as its wildlife and birds.
Click here to see the full list of mammals found in the park.
Click here to see the list of bids found in the park
Self-drive trails: (Maps available at the Information Centre opposite Glen Reenen Rest Camp).
Blesbok Loop (6.7km) Features the Zuluhoek lookout point and Generaalskop view point.
Oribi Loop (4.2km) Be sure to stop at the Vulture Feeding hide. (See Self Drive route Clarens to Vulture Feeding Site)
Rebellie Game Farm
Rebellie boasts a wide variety of game. Look out for Eland, Zebra, Red Hartebeest, Blesbok, Springbok, Black Wildebeest, Grey Rhebok and Mountain Reedbuck. (Bring your binoculars.) Contact details
Tour of Golden Gate which takes in parts of The Golden Gate Highlands National Park which are not open to the general public. Lots of opportunity to photograph game and birds. A visit to the Basotho Cultural Village included. Contact details
Tours of the Golden Gate Highlands National Park and the Basotho Cultural Village. Contact details
Game drive (4×4 game viewing vehicle) through what used to be the Qua Qua National Park (which now forms part of the Golden Gate Highlands National Park.) A chance to explore one of the last untamed wilderness areas in the Free State. Breathtaking scenery, plentiful game, dinosaur fossils and footprints, and bushman paintings too. Lots of plains game to be seen. Contact details