The watershed moment came with Covid when we returned to South Africa and continued to work from the farm. Our passion to restore, protect, and preserve this incredible area grew in leaps and bounds. Nothing was planned, and day by day, the healing of Aardvark Bioreserve gained momentum. We repaired the farmers’ cottages, took the farm off the grid, and created an organic farm-to-table initiative with our own sheep, chickens, ducks, turkeys, abundant figs, pomegranates, and honey. We planted trees and created freshwater dams, resulting in birds and insects returning in droves – an incredible feeling! Conservation is simply not sustainable without resources. That led to our decision to host guests in addition to friends and family.

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Quartz Field are of particular importance in the conservation of the Succulent Karoo due to the unique microhabitat that it creates.  The Aardvark Bioreserve lies in a geological

We have bugs & bees and we love them! The presence of insects, amphibians and reptiles are a good indicator to the health of an ecosystem. We have a number of

Meet some of our animals on the farm. Our farm is equipped with several bush cameras to capture images and videos of animals in their natural habitats. Most of all

We aim to preserve this area’s rich biodiversity and natural beauty while providing a safe haven for indigenous wildlife. We are privileged to have access to guidance

The water shed moment came with Covid when we return to South Africa and continued to work from the farm. Our passion to restore, protect and preserve

The Klein Karoo forms part of South Africa’s Succulent Karoo Biome, which is identified as one of the country’s three biodiversity hotspots. It is situated in the Western Cape,

The name Karoo comes from an ancient San word meaning Land of Great Thirst, a reference to the arid landscape and harsh climate. The Karoo is split into roughly two sections: the e