Accommodation

Keurbooms Nature Reserve

The beautiful Keurbooms River Nature Reserve is situated near Plettenberg Bay on the garden route. The Keurbooms Canoe Trail on the Keurbooms River is the best fun excursion yet. Load your provisions in your own or hired canoe and paddle for seven km, surrounded by steep gorges, riverside vegetation and colourful birds at close range.

The secluded Whiskey Creek log cabin on the shore of the riverbank, is solar powered with a braai on deck, a modern bathroom and well-equipped kitchen. Enjoy freshwater angling, swimming, snorkeling and shaded picnic spots along the canoe trail […]

Gorah Elephant Camp

Gorah House (1856), a national monument, has 22 dining rooms, 2 lounges, a library, sun decks and a waterhole in front of the main porch. Accommodation in 10 luxury tents under thatched canopies, with en suite bathroom/shower.

Each with private viewing deck. Solar-powered lights and fans. Children welcome […]

Swartberg Nature Reserve

A lush valley filled with ecological, cultural and historical sites in the Swartberg Nature Reserve. The kloof was once the home of a small isolated farming community that lived there in the 1830s.

Accommodation consists of restored, self-catering cottages with an old world charm equipped with bedding and solar power for lights. There are also 10 campsites (max 6 people per site) and a no-frills 12-bed reed bush shelter.

Activities include a 4×4 route, mountain biking, day hikes, freshwater angling and canoeing on the Gamka River […]

Gamkaberg Nature Reserve

Gamka Mountain is an isolated mountain range in the Little Karoo, lying between the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains. The Gamka Mountain Nature Reserve (9 428 ha) comprises virtually the entire mountain range and is situated 33 km south-west of Oudtshoorn and 32 km south-east of Calitzdorp. The name Gamka is derived from the Khoekhoen (“Hottentot”) word gami, meaning lion.

The reserve was established in 1974 in order to conserve a local population of endangered Cape mountain zebra and their natural habitat. The terrain is rugged, with mountainous plateau incised by deep ravines. The main rock formations consist of […]

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