Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is situated on the slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town.
It is known to be one of the biggest botanical gardens in Africa. Kirstenbosch holds over 7000 various species are plant life over approximately 528 hectares of land.
Kirstenbosch Gardens was established in 1913 to promote the rich flora diversity within South Africa. The Cape botanical garden known for its flora which is commonly reffered to as Fynbos.
Fynbos includes a variety of various plants species that include sugarbushes, (Proteas / Pincushions and Heaths (Erica's). Kirstenbosch Garden is also popular for its cycads.
The Cycads are over a 1000 years old and are known to fix nitrogen.
Cape Coastal Tours includes a visit to Kirstenbosch botanical gardens as part of the Peninsula Full Day Tour, A Kirstenbosch excursion can also be added to other tours on request
Kirstenbosch botanical garden is a popular place for all nature lovers. With 1000s of species of plant, tree life, flora and fauna, it's important to have time when visiting the botanical garden.
Harold Porter National botanical garden situated outside Cape Town is a botanical garden where fynbos is at its richest. The garden is known for its marshes with it restios, sedges and bulbs as well as dunes.
|Children 6 - 17 years||R15|
|Children under 6 years||FREE|
|SA senior citizens (Tues)||FREE|
|Group discounts||NO DISCOUNT|
Address: Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Cape Town South Africa
Postal address: Private Bag X7, Claremont 7735
Phone Number: +27 21 799 8783