About Klipgat Cave Trail
Klipgat Cave is one of the most important historical assets in the Western Cape. Excavations between 1969 and 1995 produced stone artifacts, preserved bone tools and human remains left by Middle Stone Age folk from 65 000 – 85 000 years ago.
The cave was formed millions of years ago and was once much like the Cango Caves. The rising sea level eventually cut an opening, leaving the roof and sides to form the present cave. The cave is open to the public and is accessed through the Walker Bay Nature Reserve entrance.
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