Please be aware that you are going to be in the bush. This is not a pristine, manicured environment; it is part of the forest and has a sense of wilderness attached to it. Generally, the areas around the tree houses and the pathways to them are clear.
The River Walk can be a little taxing and is quite steep, so you would benefit from bringing a pair of walking boots, shoes or takkies. Once down in the gorge, there are good places to swim, so bring your costume or swimwear and towel. It’s advisable to take a water bottle and save some for the return walk uphill.
PLEASE NOTE: The area down at the river is litter free. There are no bins for rubbish, so what goes down, must come back up!!
All units have electricity. This is supplied from mains and is generally reliable, although there are solar lanterns at reception if needed.
A torch is very useful as there are no outside lights and when there is no moon, it is very dark at night.
On site, and at each tree house, there are BBQ (braai) facilities, so bring charcoal, firelighters and food for your stay. There are double door electric fridges and microwaves in all the units. The cookers run off gas. The nearest supermarket is a 20 minute drive.
Binoculars…. lots to see and wonderful views, don’t forget your camera.
Things for the beach – you may want to visit the many stunning beaches nearby…
Knysna is within driving distance with all its’ attractions so bring an outfit or two for ‘just in case’ you go out. Most of our guests relax to such an extent that they don’t go out at all….. everything you could possibly want is here…
The weather is variable, it can be sunny, windy, rainy in one day. We get approximately 4 days rain and 4 days overcast in any month. Its a good idea to pack a light cape or waterproof in any event.