About Blyde Canyon, A Forever Resort
Blyde Canyon, A Forever Resort welcomes you to serene Blyde River Canyon. With all needed amenities in eight chalets, guests will leave rejuvenated.
The chalets sleep two to six guests. For a larger crowd, the Exclusive Villa can accommodate 12 guests. The chalets are equipped with various beds including single, double, bunk and queen-size beds.
All chalets have private bathrooms which are in pristine condition and elegantly tiled. Bathrooms are equipped with a shower and (or) a bath.
The chalets have kitchenettes or larger kitchens with essential utensils for self-catering. Fridges, stoves, microwaves and kettles are all included. The kitchenettes have breakfast nooks while the kitchens offer a dining area.
Lounge areas are provided in some chalets and are equipped with DStv and air-conditioning. Should a chalet not have a lounge area one bedroom will be equipped with DStv and air-conditioning for guests to enjoy.
The Exclusive Villa has a full kitchen, dining area and a lounge area with a fireplace to accommodate a larger crowd looking to unwind.
Guests can enjoy a carport, private braai area and outdoor furniture at all units. Classic Chalet PAR4 is wheelchair enabled.
Blyde Canyon, A Forever Resort offers a multitude of facilities. Guests can shop at the kiosk or dine at the on-site restaurant. A sparkling swimming pool and unrivalled views await throughout the resort. Why not take a hike to various view points.
Blyde River Canyon attractions include the canyon itself, Kadishi Tufa Waterfall, and Abel Erasmus Pass. Guests of Blyde Canyon, A Forever Resort can also enjoy Blyde River Nature Reserve.
Wedding Venues: We can host weddings and have a wedding coordinator at hand to assist.
Conference Venues: Our Conference Facilities are ideal for groups of up to 400 delegates. All rooms are equipped with standard conference equipment.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling