Klein Boschkloof Farm is situated in the unspoilt Boskloof Valley which borders onto the Cederberg Wilderness Area. The Jan Dissels River, the only perennial river in the Cederberg, from which the water supply to the farm is obtained, runs through the Boskloof Valley and has its origin at Algeria in the Southern Cederberg. The water is unpolluted and fit for human consumption.

Klein Boschkloof Farm has approximately 3000 orange trees from which 300 tons of oranges are harvested annually. Oranges are harvested in May (Navels) and September (Valencia). Most (85%) of the citrus harvested at Klein Boschkloof Farm are exported through a local packing agent. Table grapes are also cultivated on the farm it is mainly sold through local outlets.

Other activities include swimming in the complex pool, mountain biking, star gazing, birding (black eagles are regularly seen soaring the sky). Small game such as Klipspringers, Steenbokkies, porcupines, and even mountain tortoises are often spotted when walking/driving down the Boskloof Road. Baboons are regularly seen and heard. The complex pool is surrounded by indigenous shrubs and trees the red flowers of the Weeping boer-been trees (Schotia brachyptala) attracts many of the beautiful malachite sun-bird.

A vast number of hiking trails are in close proximity - or simply take a stroll down the Boskloof Road.

Fresh crayfish (in season) and fish can be purchased from the quay at Lamberts Bay or Elands Bay.

Every year at spring (August to October) the Boskloof Valley, Clanwilliam and Namaqualand shares in a colourful display of wild flowers.



Telephonic Bookings:

++ 27 (0)21 100 3597


WhatsApp messages/calls:

++ 27 (0)82 674 6717


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Physical Address:

Klein Boschkloof Farm

Boskloof Road


Western Cape

South Africa

S  32 degrees   12'   20.8

E  18 degrees   58'   15.9


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