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Luxury South African eco-accommodation, The Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, has put its sales and marketing in Australian and New Zealand markets in the hands of Ynot Concepts.

Grootbos is a luxury eco-reserve on 2,750 hectares of pristine Cape fynbos, close to the Southern tip of Africa, around two hours from Cape Town.

The reserve has over 100 endangered plant species, over 800 plant species and the Marine Big Five (Southern Right Whales, Great White Sharks, African Penguins, Cape Fur Seals and Dolphins).


Tucked between mountains, forest and sea with vistas over Walker Bay, Grootbos features a Garden Lodge with 11 luxury free standing suites, a Forest Lodge with 16 luxury free standing suites, Private Villas and two exclusive luxury villas with a dedicated guide and chef.

“We are excited to partner with Ynot Concepts to market Grootbos to the antipodean markets and share the magic of South Africa, the Cape Floral Kingdom and the Grootbos experience.”

Michael Lutzeyer founder and shareholder of Grootbos.

Grootbos is a National Geographic Unique Lodge of The World, a collection of global sustainable hotels and lodges that provide authentic, inspiring guest experiences and was recently awarded the 2017 WTM Responsible Tourism Awards in the Best Accommodation category.


Ynot Concepts brings extensive experience and a strong understanding of the travel and tourism market combined with on the ground capacity in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Rob Gurr, Managing Director of Ynot Concepts said Ynot Concepts was proud to be representing a company like Grootbos Private Nature Reserve; a luxury brand and a world leader in sustainable tourism, conservation and community development.


“We look forward to creating a synergy with Grootbos and working with our trade partners to showcase this amazing and inspirational product,” he said.

Find out more at grootbos.com

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