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Giba Gorge

FREE TO THE PUBLIC

The GGEP is open to the public free of charge. Activities include, walking trails, mountain biking, bird watching or just relaxing and enjoying this tranquil environment.
 
The AGM of the Giba Nature Reserve (GGEP SRA) will be held on Thursday 12 Oct. 2023 at Q-Cumba club 39 St Helier rd at 1730. Please save the date! Hope that you can be there. Find out more about how the nature reserve is managed.

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We remind members of the public that dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. Littering and defacement of trees, rock walls etc is an offence. Peaceful and considerate use of this wonderful family facility is encouraged, taking into consideration the residents that border the reserve.

Queries or suggestions may be sent to the Giba committee at info@ggep.org or via our form on the CONTACT page.

Giba Gorge 
Nature Reserve

Is home to a unique complement of rare and threatened ecosystems with an impressive list of animals and plants. The towering slopes, cliffs and gorges were once home to Stone Age people, evidence of which has been unearthed at the Umhlatuzana Rock Shelter.
The Giba Gorge Nature Reserve is a community based initiative which is run by volunteers in conjunction with the eThekwini Municipality. In order to sustain this reserve in terms of alien plant eradication and bridge/trail maintenance we would welcome any financial support from members of the public using this facility.
A zapper code is available at the reserve entrance and in the St Helier Road security guard’s hut.
Queries or suggestions may be sent to the Giba committee at info@ggep.org or via our form on the CONTACT page.

To donate to Giba Gorge Nature reserve, please use Zapper

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