To make Adventure motorcycling a true adventure it is obligatory, in my opinion, to camp.
Anysberg Nature Reserve is run by Cape Nature and has wonderful camp sites with breathtaking views over the plains and surrounding mountains. Wild life consists of various species of antelope, of which the Gemsbok is prolific, the Cape Mountain Zebra, the Black-Backed Jakal which make a lot of noise, and Leopard which roam in the mountains. Birdlife is also plentiful.
The camping facilities are first class with drinking water, windbreaks and braai areas at each site. The ablution facilities are extremely clean and the water in the showers hot. The kitchen has communal deep freezes, gas stoves and washing up facilities. There is a large farm reservoir one can cool off in after a long hot day in the dirt. Firewood and cold drinks are available at reception. Everything else you need you must bring.
The is NO CHEESE!
The riding in the park is great. It is a level three jeep track with rocky outcrops, river crossings and the occasional sand section. One can enter from the Montagu or Ladismith side and travel trough the reserve, the roads outside the reserve allows one to complete a round trip.