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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens Walking Tour

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens Walking Tour

 Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
“Fun by nature . . . we’ll take you there”

*Child friendly*


  • Indigenous vegetation
  • Trees, flowers, and plants
  • Fresh floral displays
  • Khoikhoi (indigenous people of the Cape)
  • Dinosaur and Cycad Garden
  • Table Mountain National Park
  • Braille Trail
  • Desert display 
  • Conservatory
  • Baobab tree
  • Bonsais
  • Prehistoric fossils
  • Nelson Mandela display
  • Sculptures and other art displays
  • Elevated bridge walkway
  • Beautiful views
  • Photographer’s paradise
  • Natural water springs
  • Birdlife
  • Other interesting information & more

The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is a natural wonder situated adjacent to the Table Mountain National Park.
Here, evidence was found to support the fact that the area was inhabited by Stone Age man more than 2000 years before Europeans first discovered this land. The area was also part of the Khoikhoi’s pastoral land before the Dutch East India Company decided to set up a refreshment station in the Cape.

Many indigenous plants and trees can be found here. The general term for the naturally occurring plant life in the Western Cape is called fynbos (fine bush).
This indigenous vegetation consists of four main families.

The walking tour will include many hidden gems that one can only enjoy and appreciate with a knowledgeable Tourist Guide.

(This tour does require one to pay an entrance fee at the gardens)

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