Looking for a completely unique getaway? Great hosts who are friendly, organised and totally passionate about their property? Interested in rare flora and fauna, not to mention fossil fields and out-of-space? Then Rogge Cloof is the treat and the experience you want to have as part of your travel memories. We had the most wonderful few days there. The game and biosphere drive in the morning with Sam and Franco an absolute highlight! Wonderful pre and post follow ups - especially the webcam photos of us driving through the reserve! Special touch! THANKYOU
Perfect if you want to make a wild and peaceful break. Amazing staff ! WE travelled with friends and family, and all of us enjoyed our stay. The high light was the cheetah tracking and the stargazing.The cottages are perfect.
We love visiting Sutherland as a family and this past visit to Rogge Cloof was just amazing, the animals were great to see, including a cheetah !! The stars were so bright, one could pick them from the sky - hospitality was warm and very impressive, as was all services supplied - the house was clean, well spaced and the huge bed was big enough for all four of us!!
We liked the intimate professional experience Roggecloof offers. Er have never Seen 1500 jumping Springbokke or a cheetah in Nature. Staff has always been helpful and knowledgeable. The food was delicious.
We visited Rogge Cloof guest farm/cheetah reserve as a last minute activity after a stay in Matjiesfontein, and before we drove back to Cape Town. We spent a wonderful and few hours here - and were so lucky to see a cheetah extremely close up, after tracking it for a couple of hours. What a treat! Andre and his team could not have looked after us better. They are all obviously so passionate about the work they do here in Sutherland at this guest farm. Rogge Cloof is also planting vines - and is one of the highest and coldest vineyards in SA. Other things to do here/nearby include star gazing and if you have an interest in geology, a visit to the volcano. Next time we will spend a night or two at the guest farm - there was too much for us to do in a few hours.