Here at Bushmans Kloof, we are well aware of our extraordinary environment, and are indebted to the land that sustains a plethora of plants and wildlife. We are also the proud partner of a number of local projects, including local farming communities, the Amy Biel Foundation and Elizabethfontein Primary School.
We are home to a rich array of indigenous wildlife within the Cederberg wilderness, including the rare and precious Cape Leopard. Along with The TreadRight Foundation, Cheetah Outreach and The Cape Leopard Trust, we have purchased seven Anatolian Shepherd dogs to act as livestock guardian dogs (LGDs) and safeguard these Cape Leopards. In addition, we are also the proud owner of one of the world’s largest privately owned herds of Cape Mountain Zebras, and we are wholeheartedly committed to the protection of this beautiful animal.
Bushmans Kloof serve as a steward for more than 130 cave sites painted by the indigenous San people, actively working to ensure that these expressive murals will tell the story of the land’s original inhabitants for generations to come. These preservation efforts have helped the Rock Art earn distinction as a Grade 1 South African National Heritage Site. We are honoured that our Rock Art experiences have been selected as Make Travel Matter Experiences, directly advancing the United Nations Global Goals due to their positive impact.
Together with The TreadRight Foundation and the TTC family of brands, we hope to leave a positive impact on local people, wildlife and the planet to #MakeTravelMatter.
In Our Garden
The Heritage Centre
Projects and progress
TreadRight's Ambassadors look forward to the future possibilities of travelling again, with renewed appreciation and purpose.
24th November 2020
Beyond Green are a global portfolio of hotels, resorts, and lodges that exemplify sustainable leadership.
17th November 2020
In honour of World Tourism Day and TTC’s 100th anniversary, we share our favourite stories from guests which remind us why we do what we do.
25th September 2020
Ella Lurie Tollman explores what international travel meant to her growing up and its future in this uncertain time.
26th August 2020