A drive up a high ridge gives access to two viewpoints which provide wonderful views of the town of Graaff-Reinet and the usually barren Camdeboo plains which surround it. This lies within an atmospheric nature reserve which features the flora and fauna of the area. When we were there it was unusually green after rare rains. Also, we spent so much time enjoying the view from the topographic viewpoint that we could not take the walk at the oher viewpoint which is even better (from previous experience) as it had started raining hard. This is unlikely to happen and was also an experience.
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