The Boosmansbos Wilderness Area lies on the Langeberg Mountains, Garden Route, South Africa. It covers an area of 14,000 hectares and is a port of the Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve. The name means “angry man’s forest” and was given due to a hermit which lived here in the 19th century and did not allow anyone to venture near his beehives. The area is a hiker’s paradise as it is dominated by unexplored paths and the unspoiled spots. The peaks are also among the highest in South Africa and the hikers can enjoy uninterrupted interactions with nature. The sights and views offered by Boosmansbos Wilderness Area are truly breathtaking and unparalleled by any other spot. The indigenous forests offer opportunities of resting in huts or under the open sky. Hikers have always sworn by the experience of hikes and trails here and keep returning year after year.
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