Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, a treasured spot for hiking and returning to nature, is located in the south of Johannesburg. On the red bus route, it is the Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve. Few cities in the world have a nature reserve 20 minutes away from the inner city. The scenery is amazing and you can see all kinds of grassland animals. There are 680 acres of bushes, which are roaming zebras, antelopes and stags. For those energetic friends, you can walk to the lighthouse and enjoy the unparalleled scenery of Johannesburg and the surrounding area. Walk along well-marked trails, ranging in length from one kilometer to twelve kilometers. There are many historical and archaeological sites. After the walk, you can relax in the newly renovated area before embarking on the journey. Hikers must remember to bring enough water, because the streams in the reserve are not suitable for drinking. Friendly reminder that the sanctuary is not a zoo, so it needs quietness and skill to get close to the animals. Roads and sidewalks are still under development. You can enjoy an early morning walk with breakfast and sunrise, or enjoy an afternoon hike while savoring sunset cocktails and sunset. Bring your own picnic bag, and it’s really exciting to have a picnic with wild animals in this wild place. In addition, there are educational lectures and winter gatherings, where you can have soup, listen to the stories of the region and enjoy the warmth of sherry. The lives of birds and insects are very rich! You can photograph some zebras, wildebeests and other small creatures lurking in the reserve. The reserve extends from Mondeor, where you can enter through the swimming pool or through the entrance of the Kliprivier entertainment center. Tips: 1. Tickets are free. 2. Wear durable and comfortable shoes.