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SN Test Camp

Sleeps 80 in 20 rooms

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from R50

Thabaphaswa Mountain Sanctuary

8 Reviews
Sleeps 182 in 13 rooms

Sheltered by enclosing hills, in a natural basin, lies the wonderful bushveld of Thabaphaswa...
Sheltered by enclosing hills, in a natural basin, lies the wonderful bushveld of Thabaphaswa Mountain Retreat. Home within a landscape that is reminiscent of the Matopo Hills, one can spends their days exploring the network of hiking, mountain biking and 4x4 trails. Offering the ideal opportunity for nature lovers to discover the variety of game-, bird- and plant life of the area.

We offer a variety of unique bush camps, shaded campsites, and a self-contained cottage for honeymoon or romantic couples. All equipped with ablution facilities, braai areas, pots, pans, gas lamps and other odds and ends.

Fun is the name of our game; cool off in one of our clear water farm dams, jump from a boulder into refreshing, clear mountain spring water or be your old adventurous self and plough into the water from our true South African 'foefie' slide.
from R190

Peace Traveller’s Lodge & Backpackers

1 Review
Sleeps 39 in 14 rooms

We are the first totally Vegan/Vegetarian Backpacker in SA. Come along and enjoy our Bohemian eco...
We are the first totally Vegan/Vegetarian Backpacker in SA. Come along and enjoy our Bohemian eco Traveller’s Lodge only five minutes off the N2 minutes before you get to Knysna. We are a perfect stop over or a base to chill, whilst exploring the Garden Route, Tsitsikamma, Natures Valley and further along to Addo National Park or the Wild Coast.

We have a Bali style honesty bar with organic wines and locally brewed beers and serve the most delicious decadent vegan meals. Enjoy sharing in our eco aware greener lifestyle whilst you pick your own veggies ( or do some weeding ) in our huge organic veggie garden. Whilst nature will mostly do the entertaining, you might be lucky enough to arrive whilst some of SA’s top Muso’s record in our award winning Music Studio with Producer Howard Butcher and during the summer season months you can enjoy our sunset soiree’s with some awesomely creative talented singer song writers.

If natures more your thing, you can slow down and do yoga or meditate in an enchanting forest glade, go for magical forest walks, paddle on a large lily pond in our 2 man canoe and feed our retired horses a carrot or two. If adventures are what you are looking for, book a guided Tour or go on our Ancient Elephant Forest & Mountain Hike with our legendary Nature Guide, or we can book you a multitude of adventure activities like sand boarding, kayaking, mountain biking, bungee jumping, paragliding, surfing or any other adventure you wish to experience, all are a mere 10 minutes to an hour away. Book our shuttle to take you from here to anywhere!

Be it a night or a week, you will love being at Peace Traveller’s Lodge and leave inspired, revived and at peace.
from R380

Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park

26 Reviews
Sleeps 64 in 21 rooms

Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to...
Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to everywhere.

Come and enjoy a peaceful, safe, and quiet stay at our establishment. The guest house is situated in the upper town in Colesberg about one km from the N1 turn-off and the caravan park about 900 m from the N1 turn-off.

Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from the western horizon with the famous Coleskop visible from the caravan park and guest house, and a peaceful garden to relax in.

Accommodation comprises two double rooms, three family rooms, and chalets in the new caravan park with shared ablution facilities. We serve breakfast, lunch, and supper, and also offer a licensed bar. Other facilities include indoor and outdoor barbecue facilities, lock-up parking, 24-hour service, and a night guard. We are a pet and wheelchair friendly.
from R200

Mkenya camp

Sleeps 110 in 12 rooms

Mkenya camp is situated in the Karen area of Nairobi-Kenya. This quiet countryside area is just twenty minutes’ drive from the city centre,...
Mkenya camp is situated in the Karen area of Nairobi-Kenya. This quiet countryside area is just twenty minutes’ drive from the city centre, five minutes’ drive from Mamba village, giraffe centre and 10 minutes’ drive to the national park. The area is safe, quiet and secure.

Arriving at Mkenya camp is like coming home. The warm welcome, big comfortable beds and beautiful garden make Mkenya special. We have an outside bar and a fireplace, an African night out you will not forget at the barbecue area. Mkenya Backpackers offers accommodation in one-, two- and three-bedroom furnished apartments as well as a campsite. The apartments are serviced daily and linen is also provided.

Your hosts can supply maps and invaluable first-hand knowledge of local hikes and safaris, and we offer a wide range of services, car hire, and bookings for safaris in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. We also have a doctor on-call. Mkenya’s friendly staff will book or give advice on anything your heart desires.
from R265

Augrabies Valle Guesthouse and Camping

9 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

Welcome to the Augrabies Valle Guesthouse and Camping. We are luxurious and comfortable guesthouse...
Welcome to the Augrabies Valle Guesthouse and Camping. We are luxurious and comfortable guesthouse right on the doorstep of the majestic Augrabies Falls, one of the five biggest waterfalls in the world.

Augrabies Valle Guesthouses offers guests four beautifully furnished self-catering units. Each unit has have been stylishly decorated and equipped with en-suite bathrooms and self-catering facilities.

Camping facilities includes shady stands equipped with electricity, communal bathroom with showers, and scullery for dishes, braai facilities and braai wood available.

Located in the Augrabies Waterfalls National Park, guests can experience this diverse semi-desert region and visit its life source the Orange River. We will gladly assist you with days tours and activities in the area.
from R700

Erongo Plateau Camp

Sleeps 16 in 4 rooms

Erongo Plateau Camp is situated in the heart of the majestic Erongo Mountain range, near Omaruru. This is the gate to Damaraland, with the...
Erongo Plateau Camp is situated in the heart of the majestic Erongo Mountain range, near Omaruru. This is the gate to Damaraland, with the famous desert elephants or ancient Himba tribe in Kaokoveld.

The campsite is small and secluded with four sites available, with clean ablution facilities equipped with hot- and cold-water showers and flushing toilets. Every campsite has a water tap and some shade.

There is no electricity available or a shop, guests must bring their own camping equipment and food. The camp is within comfortable traveling distance to Swakopmund, Hentiesbay, Twyfelfontein, Etosha or even the capital city Windhoek.

There are hiking trails situated in the mountains for the more adventurous. This area is best known for its mountain zebras. Sit back and relax in your camping chair while watching the waterhole on the lower plateau. This waterhole can be seen from each campsite and has solar light at night.
from R254

Bambatsi Guestfarm

Sleeps 31 in 10 rooms

Situated between Outjo and Khorixas, Bambatsi Guestfarm offers a memorable getaway to nature enthusiasts. The farm offers privacy and a...
Situated between Outjo and Khorixas, Bambatsi Guestfarm offers a memorable getaway to nature enthusiasts. The farm offers privacy and a beautiful landscape for guests to appreciate.

There are seven comfortably furnished bungalows, of which all have a variety of layouts to cater to the needs of travellers. Each bungalow has an en-suite bathroom with a shower. The farm also offers three campsites for guests hoping to be even closer to nature.

Guests staying in the bungalows can look forward to a delicious breakfast as a start to their day. Dinner is also provided. The farm has a variety of bird- and wild life and affords guests great opportunities to view them.

The swimming pool area lies like an oasis on the property and invites guests to cool down at the end of a long day. Evening is the perfect time to stargaze while listening to sounds of nocturnal nature all around.
from R260

Magalies Sleepy River Caravan Park

3 Reviews
Sleeps 300 in 50 rooms

Magalies Sleepy River is situated along the banks of the Magalies River which flows through natural...
Magalies Sleepy River is situated along the banks of the Magalies River which flows through natural vegetation with indigenous trees that provide shade for picnic areas and caravan and camping sites.

The caravan and camping sites are supplied with electrical points and braai facilities and are set among the trees and near to the ablution blocks. The ablution blocks contain toilets, baths, showers and laundry basins and sinks.

Guests can enjoy a dip in the large sparkling pool and then relax or play games on the surrounding expanse of lawn. The change rooms and shaded parking are conveniently situated for these facilities.

There are paths for those who like to walk and enjoy the natural scenery, with lots of wild birds to gaze at. There is plenty to keep you occupied in this area including horse riding, trips down a gold mine, various galleries and antique shops, an ostrich farm, and tea gardens and restaurants.
from R100

Island View Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 248 in 39 rooms

Island View Lodge is situated in a sheltered backwater overlooking Kalimbeza Island and is the perfect place to capture the spirit of the...
Island View Lodge is situated in a sheltered backwater overlooking Kalimbeza Island and is the perfect place to capture the spirit of the Caprivi, with it's natural unspoilt beauty, magnificent sunsets, and spectacular riverine scenery. Accommodation at the lodge is provided in comfortable, rustic thatched roofed bungalows, each with it's own self-catering kitchen and freezing facilities. All units are serviced daily and guests have a choice of bed and breakfast, full board, semi-full board or self-catering accommodation.

The campsite overlooks a wide expanse of river and consists of 24 sites which can accommodate a minimum of two and a maximum of eight people per campsite. Trees offer campers a shady canopy under which to erect their tents and barbecue facilities are provided at each site, with electric plug points available at a nominal fee. Ladies and gents hot-water ablution facilities and a communal kitchen are also in close proximity.

Visitors who do not wish to do their own cooking can enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal, served around the fire at our dining lapa. Relax with a refreshing drink at the Way-Inn Bar, where anglers meet to discuss the day's events. Darts and pool are popular activities enjoyed by guests, and the bar stocks a variety of wine, beers, spirits, and cool drinks. DStv is also available in the lounge. The swimming pool is ideally situated near large, shady indigenous trees and green lawns, and offers visitors the perfect locality to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

Island View Lodge is well-known for the trophy-size Tigerfish and various bream species which are caught by conventional fishing methods, as well as on fly. Tigerfish angling can be enjoyed throughout the year and bream angling from late May to the end of December. Island View is host to the International Zambezi Classic Open angling challenge - the single biggest angling competition in Southern Central Africa.

Our well-maintained fleet of boats can be hired on an hourly, half-day, or full day basis. All boats are hired with an experienced professional guide to assist and advise on the best angling method, bait selection, and locations to fish. The diverse ecology of North East Caprivi region, consisting of vast floodplains, riverine vegetation, grasslands, and savannah woodlands, is host to a large variety of birdlife which are endemic to these habitats. Birding enthusiasts visiting Island View Lodge can expect to see a large number of species in the immediate vicinity of the lodge. In close proximity to three other countries, day or overnight excursions can also be arranged to Chobe Game Reserve, Victoria Falls and Livingstone.
from R240

Planet Baobab

8 Reviews
Sleeps 199 in 33 rooms

Planet Baobab is located along the cracked and cropless landscape on the road between Maun and Francistown, where elephants tear up any...
Planet Baobab is located along the cracked and cropless landscape on the road between Maun and Francistown, where elephants tear up any tree that dares to raise its head, a large grey hulk looms into sight at the edge of the road. Watch out for the giant anteater on the side of the road.

Follow the side road pointed out by that anteater snout and you will discover the intriguingly named Planet Baobab. This is the baobab capital of the world, where the average age of each tree is 4000 years and beyond and the boundless lunar landscape of the Makgadikgadi salt pans is the size of Switzerland. Planet Baobab is home to one of the largest and coolest pools in the Kalahari and the funkiest bars and restaurant serving interesting and delicious dishes from all across Africa, and we are vegetarian friendly. Just a stone's throw away is the elephant's paddling pool. The elephants and travellers mostly ignore each other.

You can sleep in traditionally styled Bakalanga or Baobab Huts containing en-suite bathrooms with showers; Dome Tents with fully made up stretcher beds or pitch your tent and park your 4x4 in our shady campsite, all with the best ablutions in the bush.

Light your own campfire, or gather round the communal blaze in the 'lelwapa' and enjoy a cool drink, then sling your own 'boerewors' onto the fire or enjoy Planet Baobab's unique Pan-African cuisine. Base yourself here and you can take guided day trips or overnight tours.

Get up close and personal with super-friendly habituated meerkats, tour the local village and learn about Botswana culture, visit a local cattle post and enjoy a delicious traditional lunch, and visit Nxai Xini Pan to seek out ancient stone tools and fossils. Visit the famous Green’s Baobab, do a walk through a baobab forest and much much more.

During the dry season, quad bike across the Makgadikgadi Pans, sleep out under the stars or do a five-night quad bike expedition to the remote and mysterious Kubu Island. During the wet season see the spectacular migration. Host to between 35 to 75000 zebra and wildebeest, Southern Africa’s last and little-known annual migration.

In a continent which is full of surprises, and a place which is full of nothing, Planet Baobab is really something.
from R397

Nature's View

2 Reviews
Sleeps 160 in 20 rooms

Nature’s View is situated on a farm in the Cederberg Mountains surrounded by fynbos, with the Olifants River flowing past the farm. We are...
Nature’s View is situated on a farm in the Cederberg Mountains surrounded by fynbos, with the Olifants River flowing past the farm. We are about 170 km from Cape Town on the N7 towards the Cederberg Nature Reserve and 10 km outside of Citrusdal.

Nature’s View is not just an adventure getaway, but also a place to recharge your batteries, have family time, relax and become one with nature. Our campsites offer enough space for caravans and tents, and all sites have electricity while the spacious ablution facilities have hot water.

We offer a rock pool on site for swimming, however visitors are also welcome to go to the river for swimming, canoeing and fishing or simply relaxing. In addition, we have hiking trails and a quad bike route for visitors with their own quads.
from R150
Distant Relatives Ecolodge and Backpackers is located in the ancient coastal town of Kilifi, on the...
Distant Relatives Ecolodge and Backpackers is located in the ancient coastal town of Kilifi, on the coast of Kenya, situated midway between Mombasa and Malindi. More specifically it is squeezed between the village of Fumbene, a community-owned forest and the beautiful emerald-blue Kilifi creek.

The name ‘Distant Relatives’ is a nod to the prevalent Kenyan practice of appropriation, but it also accurately sums up the central principle and aim of our operation; that is, to bring people together to learn and share with one another and build lasting, positive relationships based on an understanding and appreciation of community and sustainability.

Accommodation is offered in dormitories, family and group rooms, en-suite private rooms, and safari tents. Camping is also available. On-site facilities include a bar, restaurant, self-catering kitchen, and a swimming pool. Guests will have access to a private beach and jetty.

We are pleased that Distant Relatives has already become a central meeting point for all the backpackers visiting Kenya’s coast, as well as for those with an interest in alternative and more sustainable living practices.
from R185

Siloam Village

12 Reviews
Sleeps 44 in 5 rooms

Siloam Village is situated at Lake Gariep, a water sport enthusiast’s paradise, stretching 90 km in length and 374 km² in size. The lake...
Siloam Village is situated at Lake Gariep, a water sport enthusiast’s paradise, stretching 90 km in length and 374 km² in size. The lake offers sailing, jet skiing and power boating.

We are situated on the Eastern Shore of Lake Gariep, at Oviston Nature Reserve, not inside Gariep Dam. We are approximately 30 minutes from the highway. The Gariep Dam is located inside the Nature Reserve, and access to the shores of the dam is through the reserve gate. Guests can however walk from our establishment to the dam. Access through the nature reserve is free.

There are no nearby restaurants, however meals can be arranged at Siloam Village with prior notice. Dinner is at a cost of R 95.00 per person, Breakfast is R 55.00 per person and lunch is R 60.00 per person. There is a small shop opposite Siloam Village that sells very basic necessities and groceries.

The remarkable Gariep Dam in the Karoo is the biggest catchment of fresh water in South Africa. Those seeking a more tranquil and laid-back break will find Siloam to be a great escape that is reasonably priced. If your ideal holiday is a combination of lazing around, fishing and exploring a nature reserve, this is the place to stay. We have boats for hire if you want to explore the dam or fish.
from R140

Elephant Sands Lodge

41 Reviews
Sleeps 172 in 54 rooms

At Elephant Sands Lodge guests can enjoy viewing elephants as they drink from the waterhole right in front of the lodge or from our...
At Elephant Sands Lodge guests can enjoy viewing elephants as they drink from the waterhole right in front of the lodge or from our swimming pool. We also have a wide variety of other wildlife that can be viewed, from lions to giraffe and buffalo.

We offer 14 rustic chalets comprising two Family Chalets and 12 twin chalets. There is plenty of camping space overlooking the waterhole. The campsites do not have electricity. There is a restaurant with a set menu for meals.
from R160

Karoo National Park SANParks

16 Reviews
Sleeps 302 in 62 rooms

All accommodation is serviced daily and equipped with bedding, towels and soap. Please note that...
All accommodation is serviced daily and equipped with bedding, towels and soap. Please note that the rates displayed are for two/four guests and that the rates are subject to the number of guests as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R205

Bushbaby Place

3 Reviews
Sleeps 50 in 10 rooms

Bushbaby Place offers 10 unique bush-style campsites within a 31 km range of Zambesi Drive in Pretoria. The campsite is set within a...
Bushbaby Place offers 10 unique bush-style campsites within a 31 km range of Zambesi Drive in Pretoria. The campsite is set within a private nature conservancy, affording guests the opportunity to view both game and birds.

The campsite is specifically designed without electricity so as to get the true bush feeling, although limited solar lighting is provided for the ablution block and wash-up area. To retain the serenity of the park, no generators are allowed and no pets are permitted due to the game present on the property. There are however power-points for camping fridges off-site at the Boma-area in a secure room which can be rented on a daily basis.

Features include a boma and barbecue area for social gatherings, as well as a lovely nature trail where game and a huge diversity of birds can be seen.
from R420

Mdumbi Ocean View

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 2 rooms

At Mdumbi Ocean View, guests can experience a tranquil stay in a quiet and secluded rural area 50 km from Mthatha. The property offers...
At Mdumbi Ocean View, guests can experience a tranquil stay in a quiet and secluded rural area 50 km from Mthatha. The property offers accommodation in a fully equipped cottage for those who enjoy a bit of luxury, while the rondavel is a better option for those who prefer a more rustic experience.

The cottage is fully equipped with all modern appliances, comfortable beds and a patio with braai facilities. The rondavel makes use of shared ablution facilities and also has braai facilities. The one thing in common is the breathtaking views and close proximity to the ocean.

Activities include boating on the river, deep sea fishing, Magnificent walking trails, scramblers, quad biking and simply relaxing. Nearby popular attractions include the Mdumbi Falls as well as Mgcnibe Beach which is just 300 meters away.
from R500

Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge

25 Reviews
Sleeps 76 in 23 rooms

Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge is situated on the site of the Hunters' Road and overlooks the Tati...
Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge is situated on the site of the Hunters' Road and overlooks the Tati River, 10 km north of Francistown on the Nata, Maun and Kasane A3 route. It is an ideal stopover to break the long journey for those exploring the northern territories of Botswana and for those wanting to be safely off the roads before dark.

There are grassed Campsites with their own braai area as well as bush campsites. Water and electrical points are on the lawned sites.

Cosy, basic camp Chalets with beds & linen only- no self-catering equipment available in these except a kettle. These units make use of the central open ablution facility.

Perhaps you would prefer to relax in our luxurious Woodlands Cottage or one of our fully equipped Riverview Rooms. Both these options are fully set up for all the needs of the traveller.

Make use of the lovely sparkling swimming pool to refresh you after a long journey. Also available for your convenience are pre-cooked frozen meals, braai packs, wood, ice, refreshments and other basic food commodities. Breakfast packs are available for early travellers on request.

A large variety of Botswana bird species can be viewed. Experience the call of the migrant woodlands kingfisher who nests here annually arriving in November and departing again in April. Animals which are frequently sighted or heard are kudu, impala, bush buck, duiker, steenbok, jackal and monkeys. Lovely walks along the river bank. The Selolwe Ruins,a National Monument, are within walking distance.
from R270

Mabuda Farm

3 Reviews
Sleeps 45 in 11 rooms

Mabuda Farm is a tranquil farm found on top the beautiful Lebombo Mountains, truly a place where time stands still. The wind whispers...
Mabuda Farm is a tranquil farm found on top the beautiful Lebombo Mountains, truly a place where time stands still. The wind whispers tales of forgotten colonial days and the dust clouds drift like shadows behind the old Ford tractors. Mabuda House was built in the early 1930s, and has been farmed for over 100 years.

There is something for everyone to enjoy, from horse riding to fantastic birding amidst spectacular views where you are sure to find yourself captivated. Swaziland has magnificent mountain scenery with unique, ancient rock formations which are a source of fascination for geologists and scholars.

Choose from our traditional 1930s-style thatched rondavels with authentic period décor, or one of our thatched chalets which can accommodate up to four guests each. We also offer facilities for up to 12 backpackers, three campsites with water, electricity, braai facilities and clean and tidy ablutions.

Mabuda Farm is an ideal place for horse riding, with many fields and roads for you to enjoy. Mabuda is also the ideal setting for that special weekend, a few days away from it all. A place for groups to meet up on the way to Mozambique or the perfect stopover en-route north, to the Kruger Park.

There are no TVs, bar or restaurant available on the farm. Activities include the dairy and milking, walks to the lilly pond, bird walks, maize growing, harvesting, a storage and milling tour, a guided tour of the main house by arrangement, bike riding, the swimming pool and exploration of Grandpa's Secret Garden hidden in the thick bush and tucked away into the eastern valley of Mabuda Farm.
from R100
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