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One of the strangest places I have ever visited but could not be more happy that I did. Staff is amazing, friendly and a little bit crazy, taking me/us on adventures from the second I arrived. Even though my stay was during a hectic period...More
Dijembe is a awesome place and if you ever feel lost in SA no matter what they will find you and offer you some delicious pancakes every morning. We arrived in middle of the night and they made great effort to make safe that we...More
I have been to this place 3 times and it doesn't dissappoint!
If you like the unusual, slighlty mad (in a great way) kinda hippie vibe then this place is right up your street!
From first entering the premises it's pretty normal to be greeted...More
I booked a room with private bathroom: the toilet was 4 feet away from the bed, and only covered by a curtain. No water in the shower, so I had to try to have a shower in the shared bathroom: very little water, and it...More
I stayed at Dijembes for 2 weeks, if I can say one thing is that this place is like no other.
If you like nature, animals, authentic places, making friends and not fancy hostels this is your place.
You just have to come with an...More
Leah the Shack is on a Khoisan historical ruin kept without roof or walls in front with a naturally collapsed tree over it . Awesome to keep old stuff original. Stuff being cleared from top of bushy section was brought down... More
Leah the Shack is on a Khoisan historical ruin kept without roof or walls in front with a naturally collapsed tree over it . Awesome to keep old stuff original. Stuff being cleared from top of bushy section was brought down to street for removal . Ja locals have unfortunately been illegally dumping on the plot at the hidden n bushy part.Thanks