Robberg Nature Reserve, situated on the outskirts of the Southern Cape town of Plettenberg Bay, forms a long narrow peninsula that stretches out for approximately 4km's into the sea.
The terrestrial nature reserve is bordered by a productive and critically important marine protected area that host’s whales, dolphins, seals, sharks and numerous critically endangered line-fish species. Bird-life is prolific and a number of fynbos endemics can be found on the reserve.
Often referred to as the Cape Point of the Garden Route, the fynbos covered peninsula has a rich human history dating back some 120 000 years with Nelsons Cave providing some of the best evidence of the Stone Age inhabitants. Scenery is spectacular and an excellent system of trails offers three choices of circular hiking routes of increasing difficulty and distance.