Backpackers campsite with dinner and breakfast, ideally located for the otter trail. Cars can be left and transport to start/end of trail can be provided.
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Only one proper place to plug in on the main pathway so if you need electricity for your van you don’t get to stay in the forest , but on the pathway where everyone has to walk past. Compost toilet and cold showers. Everyone is encouraged to urinate outside …Report Check-In
Camping is R120 pp and dinners R100, free tea and coffee, fresh springwater, nice walks and short hikes on the property and views and good hippie setup with a fire at night and some guitars! Recommended if you don’t mind the compost toilets on the campsite and the slightly uncomfortable setup of young white South Africans doing the jobs of local staff as ‘earth angels’...Report Check-In
Great place! Young backpackers atmosphere but even for the 'older' crowd a fantastic spot to relax for a few days while traveling.
Hikes at the camp spot itself, f.e. 'the magic forest'.
Close to a great beach and some day activities.
Diner, beers and campfires at night at the communal area.
Beautiful camp spots in the forest and a warm shower is available if you do not want to use the cold ones at the camping area.
Great atmosphere. Lots of young and crazy people. Nice place to rest for a while and explore the nature. Breakfast and dinner for a reasonable price. The campsite has pit toilets and cold showers, although you can use the normal bathrooms and hot showers reserved for the safari tents, what I think is not approved by the owners. Shaded but not grassy area. Came in on a rainy day for just one night and spent 3.Report Check-In
Nice friendly spot with really back to basic campsites. Cool atmosphereReport Check-In