Given its rather remote location, guests planning a trip to the park can look forward to a wide variety of comfortable accommodation, some of which is in walking distance from the parks most famous waterfall. If you intend to hike, it’s advised to book accommodation so that you can take your time and simply enjoy nature.
There is probably no better experience than a little camping. Both the camping sites and the caravan spots are shaded by trees and a minimum of 6 people, one vehicle and one caravan is allowed per site. Each site also has its own power point.
Guests will need to share a communal kitchen and a communal bathroom. The communal kitchen has a two-plate stove as well as a sink while the bathroom has your regular bathroom facilities, a laundry room and a place to iron.
The natural aesthetic of the chalets is part of the appeal. If you are not keen on the rather rustic accommodation that is camping, you can always rather opt for the comfort of a chalet.
There are a few chalets available for guests to use and they are all self-catered. With 2 beds, a double sleeper couch which is not suitable for adults to sleep on, and a lounge/bedroom and kitchenette, guests are given plenty of space to unwind. The bathroom has a shower and your basic washing up facilities and toilet, while the kitchen has a microwave, crockery and cutlery. There is also a place to braai. Those guests who don’t want to cook for themselves can use the restaurant. One of the chalets has been made to be accessible to disabled guests.
Bigger groups who aren’t keen on camping can book one of the family cottages. There are 2 cottages available.
The first cottage has 2 single beds and a sleeper couch on which children can sleep. The cottage has an open plan kitchen with crockery and cutlery, a lounge, and a full bathroom. Guests can also braai in the outside braai area or enjoy a meal at the restaurant. To keep cool on the hotter days, guests will be happy to know that the cottage has air conditioning.The other cottage has 2 bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite with a double bed and one with 2 single beds. There is also a sleeper couch. The bathroom has both a bath and a shower, as well as a toilet and washbasin. In the kitchen guests have a microwave, cutlery and crockery, allowing them to prepare their own delicious meals. The outdoor veranda has braai facilities and those guests who don’t feel like cooking can visit the restaurant.