Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve
Nestled amongst ancient sandstone rock formations and breathtaking landscapes, this 5-star luxury retreat is set in the majestic Cederberg Mountains, 270km from Cape Town.A Relais & Chateaux property, it proudly lays claim to the five C’s: Character, Calm, Charm, Courtesy and Cuisine, and was voted ‘Best Hotel in the World 2009’ in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards.Bushmans Kloof is recognized for its exceptional environmental and conservation projects and, as custodian of 130 ancient San rock art sites, was declared a South African Natural Heritage site. Harbouring no dangerous predators, this malaria-free ecological oasis offers sanctuary to a diverse range of indigenous wildlife. Invigorating outdoor activities range from guided rock art walks and sunset nature drives to hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, and swimming in crystal clear rock pools. Experience fresh dimensions of wellness at this most spiritual of reserves – tap into the healing powers of nature as you succumb to spa treatments and touch therapies in the spectacular outdoor Spa Gazebo. Indulge yourself with delectable gourmet cuisine served in breathtaking locations. Soak up the unique ambience on your private terrace, and unwind in the sumptuously luxurious accommodation, which includes the exclusive, secluded and child-friendly Koro Lodge.Please note that the gravel road between Clanwilliam and the lodge is currently being tarred, and the roadworks may cause slight delays. Between Clanwilliam and the Bushmans Kloof main gate, 25kms of the 34kms have already been tarred, and the balance should be completed by the end of 2009.
- Pakhuis Pass Near Clanwilliam Cederberg Mountains