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Kologha Forest Reserve

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Kologha Forest Reserve

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peterg410sa wrote a review Apr 2018
East London, South Africa9 contributions3 helpful votes
wonderful waterfalls and an indigenous forest with easy to hard walks available, picnic site untidy though
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Chris5630 wrote a review Dec 2016
Eastern Cape, South Africa114 contributions36 helpful votes
With three trails in the forest of varying lengths there is something for everyone. The natural forest is beautiful and peaceful. Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: December 2016
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shauns2111 wrote a review Mar 2015
South Africa1 036 contributions64 helpful votes
Unfortunately, I did not have a lot of time to enjoy all the walks, but what I saw of is was lovely. There is a short section of boardwalk on the blue route which is in good condition. Keep your eyes down as there are lots little stuff to see on the forest floor.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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CJD_D wrote a review Jul 2014
East London, South Africa95 contributions46 helpful votes
After some light winter rain,the forest walks were food for the soul. The blue route up to the waterfalls is an easy walk, with at least half of the route constructed as a boardwalk which is in good condition. The yellow route is a little overgrown in some areas, but probably due to less people visiting in winter. We saw a number of birds and heard Loerie's calling, but were not able to see them. The picnic site at the start of the Khologa walks was very neat and tidy. Ablution facilities are rustic though. An fantastic way to spend a relaxed morning, afternoon or whole day walking in the hills and forest.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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