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Giant's Castle Camp

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  • Excellent36%
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“main caves”(12 reviews)
“mountain view”(14 reviews)
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent three nights at Giant's Castle Camp and we really enjoyed it. No, it is definitely not a luxurious lodge, but for the price you pay, the self-catered chalets are quite lovely. It is a bit rustic but I have a soft spot for...More

Thank Alexandra L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stayed for two nights, 19-21 December, 2017; for leisure. This is a beautiful camp at Giant's Castle Nature Reserve, with easy access to hikes and other recreational activities in the Drakenseberg. The camp is easiyl reached by decent roads (give or take a few potholes)....More

Thank RoryMorty
Reviewed 30 November 2017 via mobile

Tranquil and beautiful. If you are a hiker, birder or just like to surrounded by mountains this is the place to be. The gardens are magnificent. So many bird species. Baboons a nuisance. Self catering but don’t forget anything. Little shop doesn’t cater, very limited,...More

Thank ChefDenee
Reviewed 15 November 2017

Visiting for the day, we began with a coffee in the restaurant. Service was quick which meant we had plenty of time to make our way to the main caves to visit the San art. The walk was stunning and our guIde who met us...More

Thank Lynda H
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

The camp is perfectly located near the San Caves and is the start of several impessive hikes (Langalibelele pass is my favorite). The restaurant has an average - good quality. The reception and shop closes at 4.30pm, which is too early in my opinion. The...More

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"Almost bedrooms have fantastic mountain views... check beforehand. Some of the larger unts do not."
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"The garden rooms are very nice but the mountain cottages are amazing."
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"They all are in a garden setting, most with views of mountains. Can be chilly in the evenings"
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"Chalets with mountain views are perfect. It is a bit crowded to stay in the gardens"
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