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My first thoughts on this Place were a bit mixed. But in the end this was the best place by far that I visited in South Africa.
They have a great pizza/ coffee bar. In town with wifi. We went for an awesome horseback riding...More
Me and my boyfriend just left Dijembe after such an enjoyable three days.
There are so many positive things to comment on.
The staff couldn't have been more helpful, they all seem so lovely and genuine they manage to give this place a great feel....More
Dijembe is one of those places where you will return to time after time if travelling in the same area. The vibe is incredible, one feels in touch with nature while still having the comfort of clean rooms and very comfortable beds. The staff is...More
I would like to say that my husband & I booked for 24 Sept 2014 for 1 night. We were traveling from CPT and we had friends with and they did not book. The staff immediately made a plan for the extra 5.
Certainly one of the most interesting hostels that I have stayed in. Nice relaxed vibe, very helpful and willing staff, very comfortable safari tend and the only hostel that I have stayed in with a goat security guard. Enjoyed pizza, lasagne and a superb braai....More
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US$13 - US$36 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Dijembe Backpackers Hostel Storms River, Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa
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