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We were fortunate enough to stay at Koro Lodge in the grounds of Bushmans Kloof with our dedicated host, chef and other amazing team members, which gave us the best of both worlds: privacy and access to the wonderful facilities of the retreat. Life-long memories...More
We drove from Cape Town to 'The Kloof ', an easy drive on good roads passing through only a handful of villages & towns en route. The closer you get to The Packhuis Pass the magnificent rock formations come into view winding either side of...More
We had 4 days at Bushmans Kloof in the Cederberg mountains. Firstly the drive up was stunning...fantastic mountain colours and rock formation. We stay in Cedar falls 1, a beautiful suite. The real thing that sets Bushmans Kloof apart is the individual service. We ate...More
My husband and I and another couple spent a luscious three days at the Koro Lodge in October, 2017. This is a lovely lodge, a part of Bushman's Kloof and very private with its own chef (Christian), House Manages (Deleanne) and guide (Nicholas) who went...More
Thinking about the best place to be free in the bush will surely drive you to bushmans kloof like we just did it... this is the second time we stay in this outstanding place and what we love the most is to stay in the...More
Response from JamesBasson | Property representative |
Good day Callan
The Cederberg is an oasis of different hiking routes from easy to difficult. At Bushmans Kloof we have two hiking trails. The Mountain Trail is an easy 3km trail and there are only a few places that you have... More
Good day Callan
The Cederberg is an oasis of different hiking routes from easy to difficult. At Bushmans Kloof we have two hiking trails. The Mountain Trail is an easy 3km trail and there are only a few places that you have to climb over rocks. The Ravine Trail, as the name suggests, is a 6km trail that goes through several ravines and is more challenging than the Mountain Trail. Both beautiful well marked trails where you can enjoy magnificent views of the landscape.
There are 10 - 15km hiking trails in the area and I would suggest that you contact Cape Nature in this regard. Unfortunately we cannot post html or website links in our reply.
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