Guests are accommodated in professionally restored oxwagons. These wagons dating back 200 years, boast with luxuriously appointed interiors. Luxuries include mosquito netting, real down duvets covered in imported white linen. The floors are all insulated with sisalation and carpeting, while the heavy duty canvas tops (all rain proof) are shield from the heat and cold.
The camp provides accommodation for 10 guests. 5 wagons drawn into a lager formation can sleep 2 guests per wagon . Outside in the sheltered boma guests can sit aside a roaring fire under star studded African skies.
A central building the “Wagon House” constitutes the heart of the camp. It is furnished to fit the entire theme. Here one can enjoy meals at the 16 seater yellowwood table. On the menu you can expect things like : home-made bread and vetkoek, liver in niervet, kudu fillet or karoo lamb. Best of all is our milk tart.
The camp does offer modern ablution facilities and a quaint bush shower under a tree.
Witmoskloof, PO Witmos, 5825, South Africa