|Moreletakloof Nature Reserve
|| Coordinates 'S25 49 027 E028 17 465
Jacobus and Cornelia Erasmus owned a dairy farm here in the early 1800s. Carel Erasmus bought the farm in the 1877 and built a three-roomed house, which is the chapel today. In 1903, his son-in-law, Johan Marneweck, built his house on the land; this has since been converted into the Rademeyers restaurant. Moreleta Kloof Nature Area has an abundance of bird life as well as game such as springbok, blesbok, impala and zebra..
Activities and Facilities
Restaurant and wedding venue
Moreletakloof offers an exciting network of hiking trails of approximately 7,5 km
Three hiking trails are available:
Rademeyer hiking trail: 1,5 km
Duiker hiking trail: 2,89 km
Suikerbos hiking trail: 3,32 km
Summer ( September - April): 06:00 - 18:00
Winter ( May - August): 06:00 - 18:00
How to get there
From the N1, take the Rigel Avenue turn-off and travel east. Turn left into Solomon Mahlangu (Hans Strijdom) Avenue; right into Rubenstein Street; and left into Helios Street. Parking is available in Helios Street.
Bookings and Contact Numbers
Bookings are only required for the guided walks, preferably four weeks in advance.
Enquiries: 012 358 1510
Fax: 012 358 0467
E-mail Adelene Marais at Email address :
Entrance is free