Bushman's Kloof is a retreat of unparalleled beauty and recreational diversity. It is a refuge for body and soul, set deep in the malaria free Cederberg Mountains. The exquisite 16 rooms are equipped with modern amenities.
Go for magnificent scenic walks
Marvel at the ancient Bushman's paintings
Go horse riding through the wilderness
Relax in the beautiful spa
Bushman’s Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Retreat is a luxury five-star ecological oasis and wilderness experience located a mere 270 kilometres from Cape Town (approximately a 3-hour drive).
A stay at Bushman’s Kloof can be as active as you choose. Explore the region on foot, by bike or canoe. Try fly fishing, go on game drives, visit the infamous rock art, or simply indulge yourselves in the spa and relax in the infinity pool. The area is a haven for botanists, nature enthusiasts or those who simply want to unwind in peaceful surroundings.
All rooms are beautifully furnished with magnificent views of the mountains and wilderness beyond. The cuisine is first class with a number of locations in which you can eat. Whether it may be a picnic set up on a hillside or dining next to an open fire, your taste buds are certainly catered for.
Koro Lodge is a private catered villa in the reserve, ideal for families and it offers a completely exclusive service. With two master bedrooms and a loft area accommodating up to four children, this villa joins the ultimate in luxury.
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Visiting the extraordinary San Bushmen Rock art paintings at Bushman’s Kloof, was a real eye opening experience, humbling as some of them have been dated back to 10,000 years ago. A fascinating insight as to how these resourceful people hunted, collected berries and existed in this rugged terrain.
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Bushmans Kloof is nestled at the foothills of the Cederberg mountains, just 270km from Cape Town. The road to Bushmans Kloof passes through some of South Africa's most beautiful, yet least explored countryside. Rolling wheatfields and wide vistas sweep over the rich, black soil of the Swartland.