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About Joubertskraal Farm

Joubertskraal Farm is located in 1500 hectares of rugged kloofs and valleys, in the Kouga Mountains. It borders the southern aspect of the Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve. Visitors to the farm can hike along the various trails amongst the mountain fynbos. Other activities include horse riding, mountain biking, birding and stargazing.The Campsite consists of a basic ablution shed with a flush toilet and a hot shower. There is a beautiful old wild olive tree under which to camp and braai facilities are provided. We guarantee privacy and peace by allowing only one set of visitors at a time so guests have the place to themselves.Our ethos on Joubertskraal Farm is to restore the land to its natural state and rehabilitate damaged lands using sustainable permaculture farming principles. The majority of materials used in creating the Campsite were either recycled or found on the farm itself and the braai wood comprises alien vegetation cleared off the site.The rate includes unlimited firewood. Although the water is adequate for bathing, guests are asked to bring their own drinking water. Guests are asked to separate their waste which we will be taken to the recycling depot in St Francis Bay.The dirt road to our farm is unfortunately in poor condition and although a 4x4 is not necessary, low clearance vehicles are not recommended.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Response Time: 18 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Camping and Caravanning
  • Sleeps: 24
  • Check-in: 01:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 3 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Hiking

Languages Spoken

  • English

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          Reviews for Joubertskraal Farm

          3 guest reviews Reviews of

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          Tanya De Lange, South Africa
          30 January 2017

          This was an unforgetable stay. The most bauetiful place and every little detail thought off. If you are looking for a place full of character and where you can just rest...away from everything..look no futher. It has it all.

          Karin Shaw, South Africa
          05 October 2016

          One of the nicest campsites we have stayed in! Beautiful setting, excellant facilities, quaintest bathroom, fab firewood and wonderful hosts.

          Johnny Dickens, South Africa
          25 March 2014

          We only stayed there one night, but the owners was very nice, helpful and they made us feel right at home.The campsite itself is very primitive,but the ablution was awesome, nice to have a hot shower and a flush toilet.

          Joubertskraal Farm Map

          Joubertskraal Farm is 24.6km from the centre of Kareedouw , the nearest airport 162.1km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
          *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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