The camp site is situated near some beautiful rock formations, a natural ”rock garden’, in fact, with many indigenous species of trees, shrubs, succulents, mosses, and other plants. In February the aloes are in full bloom and their bright red flowers are quite a spectacular site. The rocks have been shaped by wind and water over the millennia. Lichen cover large patches of the rocks, and the various colours of these are beautiful to those who appreciate the beauty that Mother Nature brings.
The camp site has access to the rock garden, which has a number of natural ”seats’, under the trees where you can read, relax, meditate, or just enjoy the views.
A terraced and partly grassed camp site situated under old pine trees, which provide some welcome shade during the hot summer months. The lawn and terraced areas are big enough to accommodate up to about 6 tents, if you plan to come as a group. From the camp site you will have a fine view of Kasteelberg, Koringberg, and part of the Swartland. Walk up the slope behind you and you can spot Table Mountain and the Hottentots Holland Mountains in the distance.
The kitchen area is fenced by wooden slats and shade netting, which gives some protection from the mountain winds and rain. A shower is available, with hot water provided by the sun and a nearby compost heap, and if all else fails, by a gas geyser. A compost toilet is also nearby. A limited number of hammocks may be available on request. More tent sites are being developed, and soon the site will have sufficient space for about ten tents.