The Soutpansberg Mountains is recognized as a centre of endemism and biodiversity with nearly 600 different trees, of which almost 400 occur in the Reserve, as well as thousands of other floral species.
Due largely to two decades of research by Dr Norbert Hahn, the Soutpansberg is now recognized as one of the world's top biodiversity hot spots. As one of the earliest registered Natural Heritage Sites (No. 89), Morningsun Nature Reserve is proud to share in this distinction.
Flora: 595 tree species identified in the region, almost 400 of which occur in the Reserve. 1066 floral genera, close on 3000 taxa.
Walk freely through this reserve in the Soutpansberg Mountains and study the vast diversity of plants and trees