About Peace of Africa
Peace of Africa is located at the foot of the Olifantsriver mountain range overlooking the town of Porterville as well as the countryside as far as Piketberg. Open spaces and fresh air meet you at the gate.
We offer lovely bed and breakfast units set among the pine trees, a self-catering unit at the edge of a dam, and camping. A swimming pool is situated next to the camping area for very hot days and we also offer two lapas for relaxing in the shade.
Being situated just 2.5 km out of town means that the golf course, bowling club and tennis courts are all within a short distance and there are lovely walking trails, mountain biking and 4x4 routes surrounding the resort.
A STRONG RECOMMENDATION FOR ALL CLIENTS : PLEASE NOTE THAT A BAKKIE IS NECESSARY - NOT A 2 X 4 OR A 4 X 4, BUT DEFINITELY A BAKKIE.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Porterville
(5.8 km from Porterville)
The 16 km route from the parking area to Groot Kliphuis is easy-going, following a short section of the Kliphuis River and then swings to the east. Hikers pass incredible rock formations before joining the Groot Kliphuis to Perdevlei Trail. There is...
(7.1 km from Porterville)
The 13 km hike from the parking area to De Tronk is an easy route along the Kliphuis River and along a jeep track to De Tronk. Beautiful proteas and ericas can be seen and there are a number of fabulous swimming spots. Duration: 3 hours Difficulty:...
(8.2 km from Porterville)
Hiking from Groot Kliphuis to Perdevlei is a fairly easy 6 km trail leads south to the Klein Kliphuis River. From here the route links up with the De Tronk to Perdevlei footpath. There is a very basic stone hut at Perdevlei. Duration: 1.5...
(15.4 km from Porterville)
The hike from De Tronk to Die Hel is fairly easy until just above the gorge and pool. The descent into Die Hel is steep and can be dangerous. Look out for an overhang with rock art as the trail begins to descend steeply. The swimming pool is...