Hiking in the Kingdom of the Cederberg’s Kagga Kamma
South Africans love the outdoors, which is hardly surprising, since the overall climate, seasons, and weather patterns in each region are so conducive to being outside in open spaces, where the air is clean, clear, and fresh – the way nature intended.
Hiking Back in Time in the Cederberg
Hiking (taking a lengthy walk in the countryside or other natural terrain) is one of the most popular ways of getting rid of stress, exercising, and enjoying the fresh air and spectacular scenery that nature provides, but hiking in the Cederberg is something else altogether.
Hiking – a Favourite Cederberg Experience
Learning to walk upright, instead of on all fours, was an important step (no pun intended) in the evolution of the species that was eventually to become Homo sapiens. Moving about on two hind feet enabled our ancient ancestors to observe more, at greater distances, a great benefit to the evolving species.