Cape Region "Magnificent"
Bushmans Kloof is situated at the foothills of the Cedarberg mountains: a region characterised by open plains, ravines and waterfalls. Over 10 000 years ago the area was favoured by the San (a tribe of hunter-gatherers) for it’s bountiful game and water. Bushmans Kloof has been managed as a private wilderness reserve since 1992 and has been declared a South African Natural Heritage Site.
Accommodation comprises of seven luxury rooms. Enjoy excellent cuisine (prepared with organically grown produce) and vintage wine from the Homestead’s cellar.
Also enjoy fly-fishing at the Biedouw River, or swim in one of the river’s natural rock pools. Hiking will ensure an appreciation of the varied vegetation and weird rock formations. Abseiling will provide a different perspective on the Karoo, which is alive in spring with wild flowers of every shade and hue.
Sunset game drives in open land rovers, picnics on the rolling green lawns and canoeing are some of the activities offered at Bushmans Kloof. Best of all, marvel at the ancient rock art in the world’s largest open air art gallery.