About Pumlani Caravan Park
Pumlani Caravan Park is centrally located in a quiet residential area of Manaba. The park offers the ideal place for those looking to pitch a tent or park a caravan end enjoy being just a short drive from the beach.
The campsites are created to cater for caravans, motorhomes and tents. All the stands have 220v electricity and water points. Large trees offer ample shade for the stands. The separate ablution facilities have hot and cold water with both showers and baths. There is a scullery area with hot and cold water where guest can wash dishes.
The park has a swimming pool and braai facilities. An unofficial laundry is in the park. Dogs are allowed by prior arrangement and there is a children’s playground with a jungle gym.
Family friendly: There is a playground with a jungle gym and a swimming pool. We have animals in the park that are of interest and children as well as adults enjoy them.
The balance of the booking is due 14 days prior to arrival.
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