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Private Guided Sightseeing Tour of West Coast National Park
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Private Guided Sightseeing Tour of West Coast National Park

In trying to discover beautiful locations near Cape Town, the West coast National park with a short drive out of Cape Town happens to be the jewel. Against the backdrop of the azure blue lagoon, white dunes, rare fynbos, green wetlands and unbounded waves, there is much to experience. It’s a paradise for hikers, cyclists & mountain bikers, birders and nature-lovers alike... Book us to explore, discover and relax in the West Coast National Park
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elizevilj wrote a review Jan 15
Western Cape, South Africa1 contribution
We found everything neat, tidy, friendly and interesting. !Khwa ttu went out of their way to specially prepare a Vegan diet breakfast for my daughter. She loved it. !Khwa ttu is well worth a visit and stay over.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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dinxster wrote a review Jan 11
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa1 contribution
What an absolute gem! For a nature lover who is obsessed with the stars, there couldn't be a more perfect bush getaway so close to Cape Town! The tents are incredibly well kept, and are in a perfectly new-looking condition. Despite literally being in the middle of the bush, our tent didn't have one cob web or dusty surface. The communal boma is fabulous! Did I mention the outdoor shower (hot water and all)? We will definitely be back!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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ExplorerZA wrote a review Jan 7
Cape Town, South Africa1 contribution
Stayed at the bush lodge tented campsite, we had two tents (3 & 4) which faced the bush and were well secluded and private. The tent is spacious with two 3/4 beds per tent, an indoor seating area, outdoor seating area and braai/BBQ area. We stayed in summer and bedding provided was sufficient. I but would definitely recommend taking extra blankets in winter. Bush lodge 3 was in shade and the tent remained cool, the braai/BBQ section was very private and faced away from the other campsite. The private bathroom is a very cool bonus! Hot water is provided by a gas geyser and the shower was delightful. The kitchenette does not come with any pots, pans or cooking utensils but plates, cutlery, tea cups and wine glasses are provided. A gas hob and kettle are provided with tea/coffee/sugar etc. The gas fridge didn't get very cold so it was difficult to tell if it was working. Solar lighting is provided in the tent and bathroom but any movement between requires extra lighting. Well behaved dogs are welcome. There is no way to secure your dogs in the site so keep a watch for them wondering off into the bush like ours did. Unfortunately the R27 road is quite close and road noise is noticeable. At the time of our visit the restaurant was closed due to covid-19. We enjoyed taking a self guided tour of the 3 museums. Everything is easy to understand and very interactive with displays, videos, audio, etc. The layout is well thought out and very informative. There is lots of information so budget on enough time 30-45 minutes per house. We went on the tracking tour which included a drive through the reserve pulled by a tractor (the dog came with). The guide was great and explained San hunting techniques and philosophy well. We got very close to springbok, eland and mountain zebra on the tractor but I would have liked to explore the area a bit on foot. Mountain bike trails of varying distances are also available. Overall a great visit that I would highly recommend!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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toinettebarrett wrote a review Dec 2020
Western Cape, South Africa1 contribution
Staff was incredibly helpful and friendly was such an amazing camping experience with my husband. Thank you
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Date of experience: December 2020
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GabiMohale wrote a review Nov 2020
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa31 contributions1 helpful vote
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We had the pleasure of staying at one of the guesthouses - and what a pleasure it was! We arrived on one of the Cape's typical windy, rainy, grey evenings and enjoyed the fire place. The houses are very tasteful and purpusefully equipped. It was just perfect! The entire project is well situated, with places such as Darling around and even Paternoster in reach, apart from being a stone through away from Cape Town. It is absolutely well managed and has the most peaceful atmosphere, which also comes across from staff which are so easy to bond with and share stories. And we were absolutely pleased to hear young people speak Khwedam, one of the Northern Khoisan languages. The San tour guides are committed, very pleasant and fun to engage with. Museum spaces well curated, the nursery filled with indigenous plants. The food interesting, with young chefs trying their ideas. Walking trails easy to walk, meeting nature at its best. We stayed 6 nights - !Khwa ttu appeased our spirits, which were battered during COVID-19 this year, at least making 2020 memorable for a different reason now. We are most grateful and wish !Khwa ttu well!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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