Glamping Kam’Bati Route 62


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.

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Kam’Bati River Resort offers 13 boutique glamping tents. Accommodation is all about boutique glamping, where guests can experience the freedom and beauty of the great outdoors, without compromising on the comforts they love. The custom-designed boutique glamping tents are spacious and fully furnished with excellent kitchens, comfortable bedrooms (two separate bedrooms), and large showers.

Five tents are located in a beautiful section of the resort overlooking a wetland abuzz with birdlife. Four tents look out onto a small farm dam, while the remaining four tents are slightly elevated overlooking the resort and the beautiful farm landscape surrounding the resort. The outdoor wood-fired hot tub next to each tent is the perfect place to listen to the birdsongs or relax under the stars at night.

Meals form a special part of any holiday in South Africa. The resort offers delectable locally sourced breakfast and braai (BBQ) baskets for guests to cook in their fully equipped kitchens or on the braai (BBQ).

Take it a bit slower and cycle along the endless farm roads which are especially beautiful during canola season (Spring) when the farm is covered in bright yellow fields. Explore the river walkway in front of the tents with the kids.