This 930 hectare nature reserve consists of a seasonal vlei (wetland) teeming with birds and wildflowers. Accommodation is available in the form of beautiful eco-cabins.
Located on the Berg Route
Rocherpan Nature Reserve via the R27 – CapeNature 3 for 2 Deal
Find them on the West Coast Way #BergRoute
Coot, Moorhen, Egret, and Shoveler are the four new double bedroom cabins available at Rocherpan Nature Reserve.
From R850 per night self-catering unit
To Book: call +27 (0)21 483 0190 | www.capenature.co.za and quote “Coast with the most” and qualify to book 2 nights and get the 3rd free. Valid from Monday p.m. to Thursday a.m. from June to end September 2018 and subject to availability. T’s & C’s apply.
Pensioners can utilize the 30% discount on the first 2 nights as per normal. Bookings can only be made via the Call Centre. Promotion applies to Self-Catering Accommodation and Camping rates only. Conservation fees for the 3rd night need to be paid as per normal. Promotion excludes school holidays
In 1839 farmer Pierre Roche closed off the mouth of the Papskuil River to establish a grazing plane for his livestock behind the dunes. The result, years later, was a man-made seasonal wetland home today to some 150 species of birds.
In 1988 Rocherpan was declared a marine nature reserve to preserve the area. Birds roaming the wetland include the rare and endangered black oystercatcher, kelp gull and the Cape shoveller.
Rocherpan is known for more than 170 bird species: Ludwig’s Bustard, Fulvous Duck, Hottentot Teal, Pearl-Breasted Swallow, Black-winged Pratincole