Three Valleys

WHAT TO EXPECT
Hot summers, cool winters, year-round rainfall with a peak between October and March 

Summer rainfall area (approximately October through to March)

5°C – 25°C in winter

 10°C – 35°C in summer

All year round! 

302 m / 1000 feet ASL (above sea level) 

Albany thicket broken by large fields of primarily Rhodes grass  

Mark's farm 800m grass  33° 24' 58" S

                                         26° 43' 46" E

                                         1036 ft elevation

                                         *MUST ARRANGE PRIOR TO LANDING*

Malaria-free area

Year-round access

Weather:

Rainfall:

Temperature:

BEST SEASON:

ALTITUDE:

VEGETATION:

AIRSTRIP:

 

 

MALARIA:

CLOSURE:

WHAT TO PACK:

Clothing:

For your convenience, Three Valleys branded clothing can be organised in advance, on request.

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However, for your visit to Three Valleys, we strongly suggest you pack the following:

SUMMER ATTIRE:

Clean shirt for everyday use 

Short or long pants (that can be changed every second day)

Good hiking or walking shoes 

Hat

Thick hiking socks 

Casual wear for downtime 

Light jersey or jacket 

WINTER ATTIRE:

Clean shirt for everyday use 

Long pants (preferably) 

Good hiking/walking shoes

Hat

Thick hiking socks

Thick jacket 

Wind breaker/ rain jacket 

Beanie & gloves

(And something for the unexpected hot day) 

Other:

Sunscreen 

Mosquito repellant

Tick repellant 

Travel documentation & guest registration:

South African regulation requires children under the age of 18 to possess an unabridged birth certificate, and for visa applications to be made in person. Please enquire at your local South African embassy for more detailed information.

Registration

All guests are registered in advance on our access-control system to ensure better security and privacy.

THREE VALLEYS BRANDED CLOTHING

NOW AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

Three Valleys

Wildlife & Nature Reserve

R67 Main Road, 

Bathurst, 6166

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