Buffelskloof Private Nature Reserve is a small private nature reserve (± 1500 hectares) owned by the Buffelskloof Nature Reserve Trust. It protects the largest patch of privately-owned indigenous forest in the old Transvaal, as well as having patches of montane grassland and mid-altitude woodland. Altitude ranges from ca. 1000 to 1800 metres.

The reserve is open only to approved research workers and students carrying out research projects in the field of natural history, conservation or any environmental science. The reserve is also open to school groups or organized natural history groups. All visitors to the reserve must be accompanied by a member of staff.

All visits to the reserve must be approved by the reserve manager prior to arrival on the reserve.

Enquiries should be addressed to:

John Burrows, Research Manager
Phone: +2783-275 0594