Hiking and birding are two of the popular activities that bring visitors to inniKloof.
With both your camera is important to capture the sights. We do photography
weekends that focus on nature an astrophotography.
We have over 120 species on our bird list. These include the elusive African Finfoot, Crowned Hornbill and you will not leave inniKloof without seeing Knysna Loeries.
Very elusive but is seen regulary
You will always see a Loerie
Our hiking routes take you to the top of the mountains and along the river, giving you breath-taking views of the valley and the bush along the way. It is interesting to realise that one uses the same route as different animal do, as can be seen in the bushbuck and bush pig tracks and discarded porcupine quills.
Die Nek is 2.52km in distance with 358m in elevation changes. The route takes you to the top of the mountain before dropping to the bottom of the kloof on the way back. The route will take about 2 hours to complete.
Draai se Kloof
Draai se Kloof is 2.28km in distance with 376m in elevation changes. The route follows an old hunting trail on the shady side of the mountain to the top. The way back has lots of panoramic views of the surrounding area. The route will take about 2 hours to complete.
Mike se Hike
Mike se Hike is 1.4km in distance, starting at the Main Camp. The route follows the river and is an easy hike in the shade of big Yellowood trees. The route will take about 45min to complete.
Oupad is less that a kilometer in length and crosses the river twice. Expect to get your feet wet. Oupad is used by teambuilding groups with spots for task stations. This area is where the old road used to be, from there the name Oupad. The route will take about 30min to complete.
At Innikloof, you can capture
the extraordinary beauty of the nature through a diverse range of photography
styles. From the mesmerizing night skies captured in astrophotography, to the
intricate details of the tiniest subjects in macrophotography. Immerse yourself
in the vastness of stunning landscapes, the vibrant hues of bird photography.
Below is a few photos that were taken at inniKloof and surrounding area.