Fall in love with the unparalleled beauty of Gamkaberg!
Enjoy 40% off winter accommodation at CapeNature.
As we hit the halfway point of 2018, CapeNature invites you to explore the unparalleled beauty of nature, with 40% off accommodation – valid from 2 May to 31 August 2018! CapeNature reserves offer fully equipped self-catering accommodation, and magical hideaways like Gamkaberg provide a truly magnificent scene for a winter holiday that you’re not likely to forget anytime soon.
Now, even if you’re the most die-hard camping enthusiast, we’d understand if you’re not too charmed at the idea of pitching a tent in the cold this time of year. But to ensure that your camping fire isn’t snuffed by the chilly season, Gamkaberg invites you to take your camping game to the next level – with glamping, of course. The ever-popular Sweetthorn Eco Lodge sleeps up to 6 people in 3 luxury safari-style tents, all pitched on wooden decks under a sturdy waterproof shelter. Kitted out with warm and comfortable beds, this solar and gas powered accommodation provides the ideal winter escape if you’re suffering from a bit of cabin fever and looking to get out.
Even if the idea glamping doesn’t excite you – not to worry! Ou Kraal at Gamkaberg has recently been upgraded, and the four herders huts are fully equipped so that you can get up close and personal with Mother Nature without compromising on comfort. What’s more, It’s the perfect overnight spot if you’re hiking the spectacular Tierkloof Hiking Trail, or looking to put some mud on your 4×4 this winter – because did we mention that you can access the plateau via our 4×4 trails? That’s right, the Zebra Crossing 4×4 Route gives you the opportunity to explore the fynbos and renosterveld, whereas the Kannaland 4×4 Route takes you on a scenic journey through the flatlands and foothills of the Groenefontein sector. Truly breath-taking.
When you’re not trekking through the terrain in a muddy Jeep, curled up with a book, or warming your toes by a crackling fire, the region also offers plenty to see in the way of wildlife. In fact, Gamkaberg was first established to protect a small herd of Cape Mountain Zebra of which there are now between 40 and 50 roaming the terrain. You’ll also see plenty of buck species and birdlife wherever you wander – a real treat for any animal lover, indeed.
Don’t let winter stop you from embarking on an adventure and experiencing the unparalleled beauty of Mother Nature at Gamkaberg and other CapeNature reserves. Book your winter accommodation today to take advantage of this amazing 40% discount!