Whether you conclude your travels in Cape Town, the Eastern Cape or in the Kruger, there are always ways to make those last couple of nights of your South Africa holiday really special and, most importantly, relaxing. You could be on your honeymoon, it could be a trip to mark a special occasion or you could be like me and you just want a couple of nights of pampering before getting back onto an airplane again.
Our special stay accommodation varies quite greatly depending on where you are, but one thing you can be sure of, they’ll always be reflect the personality and atmosphere of the town or place that you’re in.
When in Cape Town although our standard guest houses are really quite luxurious themselves you can choose to book into a stylish guest house in Camps Bay. Our choice is to keep you away from the crowds and chaos of the beach but of course we want to make sure that you’ve got a fantastic view of the beach and surrounding mountains. Imagine lounging beside the pool with a nice fruity drink in hand, with a fabulous view over the Atlantic Ocean and a backdrop that features Table Mountain and the 12 Apostles!
You’re heading down the Garden Route and have already stayed in some fabulous B&Bs and guest houses along the way. Perhaps you’ve been to a Big 5 game reserve before and you’re keen to have a safari experience with a difference. Never fear, we’ve got the perfect solution! Nestled in the mountains just an hour north of Addo you can relax in a local eco lodge where you’ll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the gentle giants that have made the area famous. Elephants are some of the most fascinating creatures and with just two nights surrounded by nature you’ll get to learn so much about them and even have a go at feeding them!
Kruger National Park
If you find yourself in the Kruger National Park, there are plenty of ways to upgrade your safari experience. Our accommodation options start from the basic self-catering units within Kruger National Park itself to more luxurious options found in the private reserves. Many of these lodges are concerned with the impact they have upon their environment and so offer the true African bush experience by having no to little amounts of fencing, small camps and of course use as little electricity as possible. There is nothing quite like sitting in a boma around the fire after a day’s adventure of game walks, game drives and a delicious dinner recounting your adventures and counting the stars in the night sky.