Bushmans Kloof in the Cederberg Mountains near Clanwilliam is a luxurious and award-winning retreat, set in the Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve.
Accommodations consist of sixteen luxurious guest rooms and suites, as well as Koro Lodge, a private and fully-catered villa. Koro Lodge occupies a renovated farmhouse and can accommodate groups of up to ten guests. The resort’s other rooms are made up of five Luxury Rooms whose private patios overlook landscaped gardens. There are five exquisite Deluxe Rooms with relaxing lounge areas and both bathtub and shower. For families, there is the Family Deluxe Room, which is in fact a suite encompassing a master bedroom with king-size bed, a secondary room with a twin or double bed, two en-suite bathrooms and a wonderful private terrace. All the rooms have air conditioning, luxury linens, complementary housekeeping, excellent furnishing, and private label toiletries.
Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve comprises 18,500 acres and is renowned for its ecosystem that is home to more 200 bird and animal species as well as nearly 800 indigenous fynbos species. This is not only a “fynbos” paradise, the scientific term for the Cape’s floral kingdom, but it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a South African National Heritage Site due to the over 130 extraordinary Bushman rock art sites in the area. The region is also home to over thirty-five species of mammals, including the rare Cape mountain zebra.