About Arpa Adventure Farm
Arpa unit’s are close to the dam with beautiful views off the dam and mountains. BirdLife is fantastic.
warm water is supplied by a donkey boiler.
There is no electricity and the lights are generated from solar energy
The units have a small gas fridge and a gas stove and plenty of wood for campfires, but bring charcoal for braais. You will need to bring your own bedding and it is always cooler at night and bitterly cold in winter.
There is fireplace for cold winter nights.
The dam is a great stop for fishing as there is plenty carp and a great three kilometre hike along the river or a hike along the koppie for the best view of the surrounding land and hills. Bring your binoculars as there are plenty of birdwatching opportunities.
Firewood is free for boma fires;
The entire farm can be booked out and is ideal for birthday parties or weddings at a fixed rate. Please enquire about the rate. please note you need to bring your own bedding. Special rates for groups for more than nine adults.
There are various activities on the farm such as fishing ,rowing on the Arpa dam in two arc boats, swimming in the dam, river or in the Arpa cement dam
You can also enjoy a river picnic under the shade of large poplar trees with the sound of eagles nesting in the trees. Hike on the farm or walk to the mountains and hollow caves, or ride your mountain bike on a 27 km dirt road or your road bike to Clarens which is 26 km from Arpa.
Guests can visit Lesotho as the border is only 12 km from Arpa and make a boma fire and "kuier" into the small hours of the night, no need to worry about neighbours.
Power is supplied by solar energy. Each unit have a socket to charge phones.
The 700-litre donkey makes hot water for everybody and you can drink water out of Arpa's fountain.
At Arpa we care about the environment and we expect our guests to do the same.
Catering can be supplied. Guests need to bring their own bedding.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling