Various links which are connected to the Cederberg Area.
The Cederberg Area lies some 200km north of Cape Town. This vast region, encompasses some 162 000 hectare of rugged, mountainous terrain, stretching from the Pakhuis Pass in the north to Grootrivier in the south. The San and Khoi peoples inhabited the Cederberg area from early times, leaving behind a rich legacy of rock art.
The Cape Leopard Trust aims to optimally facilitate conservation of the Cape's predator diversity through simultaneously implementing conservation strategies, research projects and tourism initiatives.
The GCBC is essentially about people, primarily rural communities and landowners, and how they use the land. The GCBC strives to introduce people to sustainable ways of using their land and the natural resources of this unique and diverse region.
Our business offers a broad range of professional biodiversity and environmental management related services and products. Our aim is to deliver a quality service that is aligned to legislative & certification requirements and sets the standard for biodiversity & environmental best practice.


At our Red Cederberg accommodation destinations you don’t share your facilities, space or privacy with any other tourists. When you or your group visit any of our tourist destinations, it is allocated to you exclusively, at no additional cost above our normal rental rates.