Only one hour's drive from Johannesburg, you will find Kamdebo-on-Vaal, which is a picturesque, safe and private facility, nestled in beautiful gardens, on the banks of the Vaal River. We are situated between Parys and the Vaal Triangle (Sasolburg, Vanderbijlpark and Vereeniging).
There are three self-catering units available. Attached to the main dwelling is the home styled, elite, Kamdebo Suite. This is a luxurious, high-quality suite which sleeps up to four persons.The Taaibos Cottage is a luxurious cottage under thatch, with its own private braai in the boma. The cottage can sleep seven in total. The third unit is the thatched, self-catering, Wag 'n Bietjie Chalet with a braai in a private boma. This unit sleeps up to eight adults and has extra bunk beds for two children. All units have electric blankets and down duvets to keep you warm in winter and breakfast is available, subject to prior arrangement.
This is the ideal venue for fishing, birding, relaxing, kayaking and canoeing. There are also great golf courses in the Parys and Vaal Triangle area.
Safari: Adventure activities like river rafting available in nearby town of Parys.
Spa: Jaccuzi available
Golf: Within 25 minutes drive from lovely golf courses in Parys, Vanderbijlpark and Vereeniging.
Family friendly: Self catering accomodation in private chalets. Fishing, ample space for playing, cycling ect. Swimming pool on the property.
Romantic: Honeymoon suite available.
Covid Safety Approved: COVID 19 Protocols Mask wearing Guest screening Guest's detailed record Hand sanitizing Social distancing Covid 19 sinage in place Sanitizing of rooms/units before guest arrival. Sanitizer will be supplied to guests.
50% non-refundable deposit is payable with the booking.
Balance is payable as soon as possible or cash on arrival.
A refundable R650.00 key/breakage deposit payable on arrival.
Time of arrival: 14:00 - Time of departure: 10:00 - Time of arrival and departure can be arranged.
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5 out of 5 stars
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling