The multi-award winning Bushmans Kloof is nestled in the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains, in an ecological oasis within a roughly hewn and magical land which offers a distinctive wilderness experience among open plains and ancient sandstone formations.
It comprises 16 luxurious guest rooms and suites, as well as Koro Lodge, a private, fully-catered villa close to the main lodge, which is available for groups up to 10 guests.
The Spa offers a variety of treatment and relaxation facilities and features an outdoor gazebo.
Bushmans Kloof is the custodian of over 130 unique rock art sites, some as old as 10,000 years, and may be viewed by guests, archaeologists and researchers. Since its founding, it has been dedicated to protecting this extraordinary treasure. Accordingly, it has been awarded the status of a South African National Heritage Site.
The Bushmans Kloof Heritage Centre is a wonderful source of insight into the lives and culture of the ancient Bushman people, and features a collection of priceless artefacts, jewellery, dancing sticks, hunting kits, musical instruments, digging sticks and magical paraphernalia.
An abundance of indigenous flora and fauna, including endangered species are found here, and it is also home to over 150 kinds of birds, 750 plant species and over 35 species of mammals.
Activities include rock art excursions, hike and bike, canoeing, swimming, fly fishing, archery, and croquet.