Bushmans Kloof is a privately owned wilderness reserve and is world renowned for its 130 rock art sites. In recognition of its rich cultural, historical and environmental significance, Bushmans Kloof has been declared a South African Natural Heritage site.
Since 1992, Bushmans Kloof has embodied the rebirth and development of this sanctuary, with a mission to create a thriving wilderness which nurtures its indigenous life, protects its history and secures its future.
This once-hunting ground of the intrepid San is home to an incredible variety of wildlife and plant species, and is a premier spring flower destination.
BUSHMANS KLOOF IS MALARIA AND PREDATOR FREE
Nestled between the majestic mountains of the Cederberg and the vast plains of the Great Karoo. 270 Kilometres north of Cape Town (passed Citrusdal and Clanwilliam). Characterized by immense open plains, deep ravines, spectacular waterfalls and prehistoric rock formations.
7 Luxury Rooms - All with private patio and bathroom en-suite. 6 Deluxe Rooms - All with large private patio, bathroom en-suite with heated towel rails, lounge area within bedroom and some with fireplaces. 3 Suites - All with large private patio, bathroom en-suite with heated towel railis and separate lounge area and some with fireplaces.
7 Luxury Rooms - All with private patio and bathroom en-suite.
6 Deluxe Rooms - All with large private patio, bathroom
en-suite with heated towel rails, lounge area within bedroom and some with
fireplaces. 3 Suites - All with large private patio, bathroom en-suite with
heated towel rails and separate lounge area and some with fireplaces.
Manor House - 2 suites and 2 deluxe rooms, lounge and
fireplace, television room, bar, dining room, covered veranda.
All rooms and suites have mini-bars, private terraces with mountain and river views.
No children under the age of 10 are accepted (however, on occasions special family weekends are offered).
The Spa at Bushmans Kloof offers an extensive selection of body and beauty treatments.
Daily guided rock art excursions, botanical tours, game viewing and sunset game drives in open game viewing vehicles are part of the itinerary. Guests are also able to enjoy bird watching, nature trails, mountain hikes, river walks, canoeing, archery, rock climbing, mountain biking, croquet and swimming in crystal clear natural rock pools.
This is the perfect environment for painting, fly-fishing, photography, stargazing, picnics, reading and studying the history of the San and their famous rock art and lectures in the heritage centre.
Optional Excursions include abseiling, fly-fishing on a catch and release basis (Clanwilliam yellowfish) or a visit with private guide to Wupperthal, the historic Moravian Mission Station where leather goods are hand crafted.