My wife and me stayed 2 nights in the Griffons Bush Camp and it was a very unique and nice experience.
We were very happy to meet Rob, Thelma and Alois who take a lot of care of us. It was a very familiar experince we had and they always had time to explain interesting things to…
A warm welcome - a camp as they used to be - rustic-comfortable and close to nature. Private and restful .We were helped with all our needs and found the camp a haven away from the normal commercially centered - electric lights and manicured lawns.
Really enjoyed our stay at Griffon's Nest (house rather than the bush camp). No electricity makes for a real back to nature experience, and we so enjoyed the beautiful location. Enjoyed seeing warthog, bushbuck, monkeys and baboons from the house and on our trips into Marakele Na…
Reading all the positive reviews I was really disappointed with the outlay of the camp; only 2 of the 5 chalets have decks and are set apart from the rest with views of the bush. The other 3 chalets are almost on top of each other - no privacy or view of the bush. From our front…
Its hard to beat Griffons in my mind. I needed to get out of the city and go somewhere to relax and feel apart of the bush. You honestly couldn't ask for more, nor should you. The manager was amazingly helpful.
"If you book in for the family unit inquire if the renovations are finished as it had no outside area attached.This was to be done ."
"All rooms / small houses good"
"I always use the room on the far right. It is more private and stands alone away from other rooms."
"The 'Wild fig' chalet had good view of the mountain and the best sun rise over the bush ever!!"
"We stayed in Fig Tree - it was very convenient to the kitchen, though all the bedroom lodges seemed to be conveniently situated."