The Rondevlei Nature Reserve, forming part of the greater False Bay Ecology Park, is a 290 hectare protected area centred on a lake and wetland set in sand-dunes near the coast of False Bay, Cape Town. It is home to more than 230 species of birds, as well as reptiles, mammals, and even a few hippos. The reserve sports two towers with telescopes and 6 hides.
The reserve has many types of threatened fynbos found only in the Western Cape of South Africa. Other activities include fishing and visiting the Leonard Gill Museum and an environmental education centre with a lecture theatre and resource centre. Chartered boat trips are available, as well as hiking trails.