Clay pigeon shooting is the perfect way to test your aim while having to compete with time, as the clay only stays airborne for about 3 seconds. Our shooters are given clear instructions and guidance and no previous experience is required.
Our archaeological heritage ranges from ancestral Stone Age sites, Bushmen paintings and a vast variety of Central African (Presumably Bantu speaking tribes) rain control sites. The historical time line ranges from around 300 000 years ago up until today.
If requested, our rangers will guide you through the historical significance of these phenomenal sites. The archaeological heritage on our reserve is currently undergoing intense research and study.
Almost 50% of the bird species in South Africa can be spotted in this area due to the natural wetland environment.
For more information, please visit the Nylsvley Nature Reserve website
You will be able to locate common constellations such as Orion, Scorpio and the Southern Cross as well as bright stars and planets through the lens of a telescope.