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We spent 3 days at Hog Hollow in October this year. Our view is that this lodge is well located for the animal sanctuaries at The Craggs as well as a visit into Plettenburg for the beaches. The lodge is safe and secure a kilometer...More
We really enjoyed our 4 night stay at Hog Hollow while driving the Garden Route. The location was excellent , very scenic looking over the forest and very close to Monkeyland, Birds of Eden etc. definitely worth a visit to those places.
Our accommodation was...More
We stayed in the 3 bed villa with friends fir 3 night. The villa was beautiful. Lots of quirky decor , immaculately clean and well stocked if you wanted to go self catering ( we didn't). Comfortable bed too with a hot water bottle added...More
We had stayed in various locations on our 3 week trip to South Africa - this time up in the trees!
A really pleasant place to stay, great food and centrally located for numerous activities in the area.
Our room was good, very peaceful with...More
Great place - scenery the main attraction and the lodges are built to maximise this. Meals at the main building - with great choice at breakfast and a set menu (with lots of flexibility willingly given to adjust) for dinner. Everyone on the team was...More
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USD 209 - USD 832 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from beetle21 | Property representative |
Although we are surrounded by nature, we don't often see snakes at the lodge, they are actually shy creatures and tend to prefer not to be near humans and stay out of your way. However, if you let me know... More
Although we are surrounded by nature, we don't often see snakes at the lodge, they are actually shy creatures and tend to prefer not to be near humans and stay out of your way. However, if you let me know what dates you'll be coming we'll make sure everything is double-checked and we will always have someone on hand to assist if you feel nervous.
Don't let that put you off coming to this amazing country, you are more likely to have your toast stolen by a naughty Vervet monkey on the deck in the morning than see a snake.
I am sure the thought of this will give you the heebie-jeebies, but there is an amazing sanctuary for snakes called Lawnwood, and they have the most remarkable programme where they show you around their facility and they really do put snakes into perspective.
Feel free to contact me directly and we can chat.
I do hope that helps you a little
Response from peterunderwater | Reviewed this property |
In all the three weeks we have been to South Africa we have seen just one snake. That was a Puff-Adder in the grass besides the path to the Cape of Good Hope. That really was the only one at all. You do not have to be afraid... More
In all the three weeks we have been to South Africa we have seen just one snake. That was a Puff-Adder in the grass besides the path to the Cape of Good Hope. That really was the only one at all. You do not have to be afraid of snakes the go away if the feel the vibrations of your steps.
Response from scarletcarole | Reviewed this property |
We were at Hog Hollow for 3 nights over Xmas and did not see any snakes, we didn't always keep to the pathways we used a short cut route to the main lodge from our cabin through bushes and trees. Even though we never saw any... More
We were at Hog Hollow for 3 nights over Xmas and did not see any snakes, we didn't always keep to the pathways we used a short cut route to the main lodge from our cabin through bushes and trees. Even though we never saw any I couldn't say there were none!
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