Located 180 miles (270 kilometres) from Cape Town, Bushmans Kloof is an eco-luxury oasis in a landscape of ancient rock formations. A predator and malaria-free reserve, it is a sanctuary to many endangered species of fauna and flora and is renowned as the ‘world’s largest open air art gallery’ with over 130 ancient Bushman rock art sites.
The intimate spa and riverside spa gazebo are inspired by the unique holistic healing qualities so special to this area, including treatments rich in pampering ancient remedies, complemented with indigenous flowers and plants.
Dine under the African stars in a range of gorgeous locations and savor delicious organic cuisine created from local recipes with ingredients sourced from the freshest produce.
Experience evening nature drives, swimming in rock pools and near waterfalls, hiking, canoeing, guided rock art walks and many other exhilarating outdoor activities in one of South Africa’s finest natural heritage sites.
Koro Lodge, a private, fully catered villa, 5 minutes from the main lodge, offers the ideal intimate wilderness experience for families with children of all ages.
The Western Cape is a province of South Africa, situated in the south-western part of the country. It is the fourth largest of the nine provinces in terms of both area and population, with an area of 129,449 square kilometres (49,981 sq mi) and 5.8 million inhabitants. About two-thirds of these inhabitants live in the metropolitan area of Cape Town, which is also the provincial capital. The Western Cape was created in 1994 from part of the former Cape Province.