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Room + Garden | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Babylonstoren, Simondium

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Room + Garden | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Babylonstoren, Simondium

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THE PERSONALITIES

Wine lovers and foodies. Families and friends looking for an upscale farm experience. 

MOMENTS

Cycling through the vineyard. Relaxing in a garden filled with exotic granadillas, pineapples, and dragonfruit. Smell of ginger, cardamom, and vanilla in the air. Complimentary wine bar.

BEST VISITING MONTHS

Anytime, but October to March is the warmest. 

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WHY STAY

Babylonstoren, originally a Cape Dutch farm, dating back to 1692, is a boutique hotel with an organic garden, a vineyard, and a well known farm-to-table restaurant today. 

The accommodation choices include one bedroom suites, one or two bedroom cottages and the newest addition - the Farmhouse suites. Enjoy cozy fireplaces, white walls and open design. Cool off in the pool during the summer or take a nap in one of the hammocks hidden in the trees. Visit the salt room or the sauna in the Spa during the cooler months. Enjoy an authentic farm experience.  

WHY WANDER

Explore all 200 hectares of the farm. Take the garden tour and see all the fruits and vegetables organically grown at Babylonstoren. Partake in harvesting the fruit or pruning the wines. Take the cellar tour and learn about the winemaking process, which includes wine tasting of course. Hike up Babylonstoren Hill or take a canoe through a river. Take advantage of the complimentary mountain bikes. Visit the Greenhouse for tea and homemade scones in the afternoon. 

INDULGE IN

Organic food from the garden. Wine from 13 different grape varieties. Visit the Babel restaurant for contemporary, seasonal dishes. Take a piece of Babylonstoren home with you with something from their Cheese and Bread Shop. 

GETTING THERE

Take a taxi or a rented car from the Cape Town Airport. 

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Room + Plains | SOUTH AFRICA


South Africa

Marataba Safari Lodge, Marakele National Park, Thabazimbi

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Room + Plains | SOUTH AFRICA


South Africa

Marataba Safari Lodge, Marakele National Park, Thabazimbi

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Personalities

Explorers, Wildlife lovers, Photographers, Adventure Seekers.

Moments

Animal calls at night all around you. The clearest skies. Boat cruise at sundown. Being at one with nature yet luxuriously comfortable.

Best Visiting Months

October to March

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Why Stay

Marataba Safari Lodge sits on open plains and is surrounded by the Waterberg Mountains inside the Marakele National Park. Choose between 15 beautiful canvas-and-stone suites, each with a private viewing deck, a free-standing stone bath and an outdoor shower. Take advantage of the dramatic scenery of the red sandstone mountains and the river below. The main lodge has a large fireplace, to exchange stories by, a swimming pool to cool off during the day and numerous hammocks in the trees. Marataba offers an opportunity to see animals rarely seen anywhere else, because of its location in the transitional zone between the western and eastern regions of South Africa. 

Why wander

Enjoy the wildlife of the Marakele National Park - from elephant and rhino to over 30 leopards and a growing lion population. Take a Game Drive and learn about the animals's behaviours and habitat. A game walk will take you through the designated routes around the park and see the flora and fauna unique to the region. Take a sunset boat ride on the river that runs through the property and see the animals from water level. 

Indulge in

Outdoor BBQ

Getting There

Fly into Oliver Tambo International Airport and arrange a car to take you to Marataba. 

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Room + Plains | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve, Western Cape

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Room + Plains | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve, Western Cape

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PERSONALITIES

Explorers. Wildlife lovers. Photographers. Adventure Seekers. Rock Enthusiasts. 

MOMENTS

Plains of wilderness. Afternoon high tea. Peaceful game drives. Pink and blue sunsets. 

BEST VISITING MONTHS

October to March

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WHY STAY

Bushmans Kloof is an award-winning South African lodge, located at the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains. The retreat offers unique luxury accommodation complete with an unparalleled wilderness experience. There are 16 rooms and suites to choose from, as well as a private villa for up to 10 guests - the Koro Lodge. Enjoy open plains, botanical gardens and ancient sandstone formations surrounding the area. Relax in the outdoor gazebo, dine anywhere on the vast property or simply take in this ecological oasis. 

WHY WANDER

Travellers visiting Bushman's Kloof will be here to take in the spectacular surroundings and enjoy the personalized tours. Swim in secret waterfalls or kayak in the river, running through the reserve. Hike across the rock formations or roam the plains, where you may spot the elusive Cape Leopard, living in the nearby mountains. Other animals to look out for are Bat-Eared Fox, African Wildcat, Cape Fox, Caracal (African Lynx), Cape Clawless Otter, and Baboon to name a few.

INDULGE IN

Try the traditional South African braai (barbeque). Enjoy the hotel's own organic garden. Dine anywhere on the property with nothing but the sounds of wildlife around you - deep in the reserve or on the banks of a river. 

GETTING THERE

Take a 3 hour scenic drive from Cape Town. 

GREEN FACTOR

Bushmans Kloof has protected and saved the largest private Cape Mountain Zebra herd from the brink of extinction. 

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Room + Trees | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Tsala Treetop Lodge

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Room + Trees | SOUTH AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA

Tsala Treetop Lodge

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THE PERSONALITIES

Lovers and friends looking for an enchanted forest experience. 

MOMENTS

Sundowners in the canopy of the trees. Personal huts-on-stilts. Open decks high above the forest floor. Wandering through giant Outeniqua yellowwood.

BEST VISITING MONTHS

Anytime, but October to March is the warmest. 

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WHY STAY

Tsala is a luxury treetop lodge in the largest tract of natural forest in South Africa, located along the infamous Garden Route - a 300km stretch of the coast from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape. The retreat is surrounded by ancient indigenous trees, rolling valleys, and velvet hills.

Stay in one of ten Treetop suites or one of six two-bedroom Treetop Villas, built into the canopy, and complete with wraparound verandahs and infinity plunge pools. Enjoy glass walls with views to the surrounding forest, free-standing tubs, and sun loungers. The design echoes natural fabrics, earthy colours, and raw textures, resembling stone and ebony. 

Tsala works hard to preserve the animals and the environment  within the property as well as support the local community.

WHY WANDER

Wander the property and learn about its many species of trees. Hike to the scenic Robberg Peninsula or through the Garden of Eden Forest. Go mountain biking along the Garden Route. Snorkel with African fur seals or go whale watching. Visit the free flight bird sanctuary or the world’s first free multi-specie primate sanctuary. Go Paddle Boarding through the peaceful Keurbooms River. Sail though the majestic Knysna Heads cliffs. Try surfing at the Plettenberg Bay. Go bungy jumping at Bloukrans - the World’s Highest Commercial Bungy Jump at 216m. Go cage dive diving with Great White Sharks - a truly once in a lifetime experience.

INDULGE IN

Visit Tsala's wine cellar for some interesting South African discoveries.

GETTING THERE

Fly into Cape Town and rent a car for a beautiful journey. 

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