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Glamping Ingwe Garden Route

LOCATION: Eastern Garden Route

Ingwe is located bang in the middle of the popular Garden Route in the Crags, Plettenberg Bay – the perfect spot for a glamping adventure. It’s a lush forest and Fynbos area, around the corner from a selection of South Africa’s favourite beaches and adventure hot spots.

Situated between the vibey holiday town of Plettenberg Bay (10 minutes’ drive away) and the quaint village of Nature’s Valley; Ingwe is surrounded by outstanding natural beauty with mind-blowing beaches and ancient forests in every direction. With Knysna and Tsitsikamma National Park both within a 30 minutes’ drive, Ingwe is the perfect destination to experience it all.


Glamping Kam’Bati Route 62

LOCATION: Route 62

Kam’Bati is situated on the popular Kam’Bati River Resort about 20 km west of Swellendam in the Western Cape. The Sonderend and Breede Rivers meet on this Overberg farm, allowing for plenty of river activities for the whole family.

The town of Swellendam brings its own adventures. Swellendam is the largest youngberry growing area in the world and is bursting with heritage, culture, and architecture. Visit the famous Drostdy Museum, enjoy the iconic view of the Dutch Reformed Church, or take the kids to the fairy sanctuary. On the fringe of town, you will find Bontebok National Park and Marloth Nature Reserve; nature parks popular for hiking, and bird watching. Swellendam has a vibrant food culture, with plenty of restaurants offering everything from fine dining to traditional farm-style meals to coffee shops serving delectable cakes.


Glamping Klein Karoo

LOCATION: Oudtshoorn, Route 62

Located only a 10 minutes’ drive from Oudtshoorn centre, in the middle of a pristine Karoo landscape with direct views of the Swartberg Mountains, Glamping Klein Karoo offers you the perfect backdrop to relax in the tranquil surroundings of this serene, majestic farm.

Oudtshoorn has something for everyone in the family, explore the famous Cango Caves, take a drive through the scenic Swartberg Mountain pass; Meet the Meerkat Family. Join your hosts on an early morning drive to the Meerkat burrows. Your guide will introduce you to the lives of these cute creatures.


Glamping Oakhurst Garden Route

LOCATION: Western Garden Route

Oakhurst farm is one of the few remaining large working farms along the Garden Route and covers a massive 640 hectares – 200 of which are pristine fynbos and indigenous forest. To fully immerse visitors in the beauty of the surroundings, Oakhurst overlooks rolling green fields and the beautiful surrounding Outeniqua mountains. Here the breathtaking Wilderness meets the Garden Route’s lesser-known farm lifestyle.

The Wilderness area offers guests the opportunity to explore the iconic Garden Route. Famous for its long stretch of unspoilt beaches, rivers, lakes and lagoons, Wilderness is a nature lover’s paradise. The famous ‘Map of Africa’ viewpoint at Wilderness Heights shows off with a breathtaking vista of the Kaaimans River valley. Dolphin Point at the top of Kaaimans Pass has a magnificent view of endless ocean, with regular sightings of whales and dolphins in season.


Glamping Stanford Hills Whale Coast

LOCATION: Whale Coast

Indulge in delicious local food and wine while glamping at Stanford Hills. The camp is set on a boutique wine farm in Stanford, at the foothills of the Klein River Mountain range, a 15-minute drive from Hermanus and can be reached from Cape Town in two hours.

The farm also produces Proteas and Pincushions, which are endemic to South Africa, so from August through November the farm is filled with these colourful blooms.

The charming town of Stanford is overlooked by the Klein River Mountains. It is famous for its award-winning eateries and has an eclectic mix of art galleries, breweries, and wine farms, all with fantastic views of this valley area. Stanford is near Hermanus, considered one of the best whale watching destinations in the world and a treat for the adventurous as there are mountain biking trails, horse riding, shark cage diving and boat cruises, all within the area.