Gamtoos Tourism

Gamtoos Tourism

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The Gamtoos Valley has become a very popular tourist destination with many B&B's self-catering and camping establishments, as well as fuel-stops, banks and shops to choose from. It is also the Southern Gateway to the Baviaanskloof Wildernes Area.

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  • Tia Ghee tented Camp, Quagga Restrooms & Baviaanskloof Tours
    The valley of the Gamtoos River in South Africa's malaria-free Eastern Cape is the western gateway to the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area. Less than one hour's drive from Port Elizabeth and even less from Jeffrey's Bay, a short way from the village of Patensie en route to the Baviaanskloof, there lies a tranquil bush camp in thick indigenous forest offering tented accommodation - Tia Ghee. Tia Ghee is catered and fully equipped so as to make it as straightforward an experience as possible.
  • Ragels Rivier Guest Farm
    Ragels Rivier is an unspoilt, private guest farm that is situated next to the familiar Nooitgedacht farm, just outside the small town of Kareedouw (pass of Karee trees). Perfect for a relaxing weekend getaway or a weekend full of adventure, Ragelsrivier Guest Farm provides an authentic and rustic experience for young and old!
  • Gonjah Chalet
    The chalet is fully equipped for self catering and is set amongst beautiful indigenous forest at the heart of a tranquil valley or ‘kloof’. There are a lounge, two small bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two single beds making room for up to 7 guests.
  • De Mist Cottages and River Camp
    Set in beautiful surroundings on a working Citrus and Vegetable Farm. Come and enjoy farm life in clean fresh air, get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, simply relax with your favourite book in the sun, try your luck with Carp fishing, go for a hike or have a good old "braai" with friends in our private "lapa".
  • Shumba Manor
    Affordable luxury self catering accomodation on a gamefarm with breathtaking views.
  • Gamtoos B&B
    We are situated in the Gamtoos Valley in the village of Patensie which is the last stop and gateway to the magnificent and undisturbed Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve, a World Heritage site.
  • Die Skoolhuis
    En-route to Die Skoolhuis you will come across these magnificent cliffs. Enjoy the majestic scenery, 4x4 trails, scenic walks and hikes in the Baviaanskloof and Kouga mountains.
  • Bruintjieskraal Campsite
    The Bruintjieskraal Camping Area consist of Sites 1 - 5 grouped together, Sites 7 to 10 forming another group and then sites 11 to 14 at individual locations. Unlees totally in shade the Camp Areas are covered with grass and there is ample shade. Each individual campsite is equipped with...
  • HeronCliff Camping Site
    The camping ground offers: Electric Power Full ablation blocks that include areas for laundry Braai facility ( wood available at request ) Canoeing ( Available on request),Secure and safe play areas
  • Tropical Eden Villas
    Patensie is the last stop before the Baviaanskloof and the first stop after it. For a stay with a touch of comfort before or after your Baviaans trip, Tropical Eden is the ideal place.
  • Geelkrans
    Fourteen camp sites await where the Gamtoos River deepens to 11 meters in the ancient embrace of an Enon Conglomerate cliff. Stay over at Geelkrans Campsite while exploring the Baviaans Wilderness area, only 28 km down the road. An Ideal setting for birdwatchers, stargazers, photographers, nature-lovers and casual fishermen.
  • Kouga Wilderness
    Kouga Wilderness is a family run farm and the Ferreiras has been living on “Kleinrivier” since 1815. It is a working farm with apricots, citrus, sheep and vegetables. You can enjoy nature in the scenic Kouga mountains on the border of the Baviaanskloof World Heritage site. The farm was originally split up into 3 parts, “Onderplaas”, “Kleinrivier” and “Bo-plaas”. Bo-plaas became the property of Nico and Melodie Ferreira in 1988. On this part there was an old farm house that was sadly falling apart. The idea of having a guest house started here, but was only realised in 2000 when the house was finally restored to its formed beauty. Soon after the owners had their first visitors it became a hot spot for mountain climbers, hikers and nature lovers. In 2004 the ablution facilities was built and 8 camp-sites was put up under the shades of 4 big old oak trees. In 2005 a big lapa followed where there have been many weddings since. In 2007 the owners decided to built the “River chalet” and in 2008 the “Heuningkrans chalet” followed.

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