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Gouritz Cluster (South Africa)

Gouritz Cluster (South Africa)

The Gouritz Cluster Biosphere Reserve is located in the southern part of South Africa. It is divided into four connected sectors ranging from sea level to 2,240 metres. The area is the only place in the world where three recognized biodiversity hotspots converge (Fynbos, Succulent Karoo and Maputoland-Tongoland-Albany).




Declaration Date: 2015

Country: South Africa

Surface Area: 3,187,893 ha

Resident population: 344,000 inhabitants

Contact: Steve du Toit    steve@gouritz.com

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