All Comments for Big Cave Campsite

Reviews 6 of 6
everything you need
stephen luke, Zambia - 21 April 2014
This is a really good campsite in Miombo woodland. Well cared for and everything works, clean ablutions, hot showers, quiet and peaceful. Brown looks after it all perfectly.
What a disapointment!
Andre van Rensburg, South Africa - 24 August 2012
We had a booking at Big Cave Campsite and they knew we were coming. We were running late (Beithbridge) and tried phoning them, with no success. When we arrived at the campsite the gates were locked and we could not get hold of anybody. We phoned the number and left messages with no success. Luckily accross the road we managed to find accommodation at the Granite Ridge Lodge, what a lovely place!
Fantastic camping
johann Maartens, South Africa - 15 July 2012
We camped there on 01/07/2012 and it was fantastic. When we arrived at the campsite late afternoon I was a bit disappointing at first but after meting Mr lombaard and the lovely lady who are looking after the lodge I changed my view of big cave. We had almost the whole campsite for ourselves and the firewood! Out of this world. I would recommend Bic Cave to all other campers and I will most definitely go back. I fell in love with Big Cave but not uncle Rob's police.
Rocks for Africa
Hercules Steffens, South Africa - 10 October 2011
Fantastic people, fantastic view, most restful place on earth.
Tjaart Henning, South Africa - 18 September 2011
Unfortunately we stayed for one night only. The group as a whole enjoyed our stay and welcomed the facilities. Thank you for the hearty welcome. The environment is awesome. Thanks also for the fire wood.
Lovely campsite
Rex & Natascha Snelder, South Africa - 02 June 2011
We loved the Big Cave Campsite. Stayed there for only one night but next time will definitely stay for two or more. Matopo Hills is stunning, the ablutions at the campsite very clean, steaming hot showers and friendly people.

Big Cave Campsite
The Big Cave Campsite is located three kilometres from the Matobo National Park boundary in the Big Cave private wilderness area and is 46 kilometres from Bulawayo, on a good tarred road. The campsite falls within the Unesco World Heritage area.

There are separate male and female ablution facilities, a bar facility, as well as firewood available. An outdoor cooking area and washing up facilities are provided. 220 V power is supplied.