Kunje Farm and Guesthouse is situated on the southernmost border of the Cederberg Mountains which are world renowned for their spectacular landscapes, rock formations and numerous caves and overhangs, where you may see some of the oldest and finest examples of art in Africa. Endangered fauna and flora, some on the brink of extinction, such as the endemic and increasingly rare Clanwilliam Cedar tree, Cape Mountain Leopard and a number of endemic fish species such as the Clanwilliam Yellowfish and Redfin Minnow enjoy protected status in this conservancy area. Thousands of mountain fynbos species can be found here. Amongst others, the endemic snow protea which is perhaps the most attractive plant on the higher peaks, but very scarce, and only found at a few sites in the Cederberg Wilderness area. San and Khoi people inhabited the Cederberg area from early times, and a number of well preserved Bushmen art paintings, estimated to be 3 000 – 6 000 years old, can be seen here.
Contact Information

Theunis & Leoni Hanekom
Tel: +27 (22) 921 3536
Fax: +27 (22) 921 3662
Kunje Guesthouse, P.O.Box 66, Koue Bokkeveld 6836

Physical Address

Kunje Farm, Koue Bokkeveld,
Ceres District, South Africa

Kunje is situated on the R303 Route, 30 kilometres from Citrusdal or 82 kilometres from Ceres

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