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About The Honey Nest Woonwapark

One of the most gorgeous exclusive BUSH camps for only a few campers. We changed our ablution block to accommodate each family with YOUR OWN BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE BATHROOM- our pride of the camp. You must bring your own tent or caravan and camping equipment. Secluded stands with water points and braai facility in the shade. A maximum of 6 persons per stand BUT with a maximum of 4 ADULTS. This is THE CAMP for the bush lover because the surroundings provide a romantic and peaceful atmosphere. We have stands WITH POWER POINTS and some WITHOUT. Camping in the bush with the result of star gazing at night that is out of this world.There is FREEZE facility available on request. There is a communal boma, swimming pool, bush bowls and a jungle gym for the kiddies.
Honey Nest Resort provides one thing above all else, tranquility. Here you are able to enjoy nature at its finest and as such have the options to go hiking and cycling. We are fortunate enough to be situated within a 20 km radius of over ten different gaming reserves, so doing any outdoor activity comes with a high probability of observing animals such as impalas, giraffes and wildebeest in their natural habitats. We also have a few njalas, blesbuck and bushbuck of our own on our property.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 108
  • Check-in: 14:00
    Check-out: 10:00
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hiking
  • No Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Grading

  • No TGCSA Grading

The Honey Nest Woonwapark Rooms

Reviews for The Honey Nest Woonwapark

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Hannes Bosman
29 November 2020

Thank you to hosts Fanie and Anene for a wonderful time. We will see you again!

Hannes Bosman
04 November 2020

Fanie het ons vriendelik ontvang met ons aankoms. Hy en Anene het ons elke oggend en aand kom groet en lekker gesels. Ons het heerlik onder koelte bome gekamp hanetreetjie van die ablusie geriewe. Die ablusie geriewe is sentraal en elke staanplek het sy 'n eie toilet en stort in diee kompleksie. Die stook van die 'donkie' verskaf ook baie herinneringe van toeka se tyd.Die grondpad is plek plek maar sleg al is dit onlangs geskraap maar die kampplek, sonder selfoonsein, sonder motor geraas, sonder vliegtuie wat oorhoofs raas, net die natuur wat met jou praat vergoed vir die klein bietjie ongerie...
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Stephan Smit
28 September 2020

Fanie het ons vriendelik ontvang met ons aankoms. Ons het heerlik onder koelte bome gekamp naby aan die ablusie geriewe. Die ablusie geriewe is sentraal en elke staanplek het sy eie toilet en stort. Buitelug stort was 'n bonus. Die grondpad daarheen is bietjie stamperig maar was nie vir ons 'n probleem. Daar was selfs 'n saterdag middag markie met vars tuisgemaakte brood, yoghurt heuning en konfytte. Dit kan koud word in die aand, vat ekstra komberse. Hout en ys is sommer daar te koop. Danie Fanie vir heerlik kamp naweek

Kurt Wiehl
17 December 2019

A long weekend spent at The Honey Nest.A beautiful relaxing site. Clean ablutions, lovely camping stand, all made for a relaxing restful weekend. For those who enjoy some mountain bike cycling, there is a nice dirt road with no traffic. A great venue which is highly recommended - we will be returning. Thank you to Fanie and Anene for the wonderful hospitality and delicious home made rusks. You have a great venue and I hope more people will experience it.

Eon du Toit
23 April 2018

This is one of my favorite places to stay. Thank you for making it so special we will definitely be back again.

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The Honey Nest Woonwapark is 25.9km from the centre of Rustenburg , the nearest airport 57.1km (Pilanesberg International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling