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Sheltered by enclosing hills, in a natural basin, lies a wonderful pet friendly bushveld retreat, Thabaphaswa Mountain Retreat.

The landscape is reminiscent of the Matope Hills further North. “Thabaphaswa”, in the local dialect, means “the mountain of the black and white bull” – a well-known landmark to the inhabitants and tribes in the area. It describes the coloured patterns of the indigenous Nguni cattle. The Thabaphaswa mountain towers over the adjacent hills.

We offer unique bush camps, 4×4 routes, shaded campsites in the wild, hiking trails and mountain biking trails.

168 species of birds for keen birders, 105 tree species for amateur and professional dendrologists.

Activities include swimming in a farm dam, kids fishing, foefiesliding (cable sliding into the farm dam) and a mountain hut with a loo with a view.


 900.00 / night

Bergvy Camp (Fig Tree)

Max Guests: 16 persons
Fig Tree Camp accommodation caters for groups of up to 16 people on 8 bunk beds with thick ...
 195.00 / night


Max Guests: 6 persons
The Thabaphaswa campsite can sleep up to 20 people (one or two groups only) but tents must be ...
 280.00 / night

Dome Rock

Max Guests: 6 persons
Dome Rock with 4 seperate units – widely known as the “glass houses” – ...
 280.00 / night

Kanniedood Kamp

Max Guests: 18 persons
The Kanniedood Camp is a triple storey, reed-enclosed stilt shelter built amongst Commiphora ...
Cothouse Thabaphaswa
 370.00 / night

The Cot-House

Max Guests: 6 persons
A fully self-contained cottage that sleeps 6 guests. Four guests can sleep in the main ...


4 X 4 Bird watching Hiking Mountain biking Absailing Fishing Rock climbing Cycling Horse riding

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