Western Cape - Cederberg - Tulbagh
The campsite and farm are located approximately 1h45min from Cape Town in the Western Cape, close to the town of Tulbagh. Taking the N1 freeway from Cape Town, take the R44 towards Wellington. Continue straight into the town of Hermon. Continue going straight towards Gouda and Tulbagh (now the R46. Approximately 20kms from Woldely, the turn off to the camp site will be on your right. This is a gravel road and after about 12 kms, the path onto the farm is on your right.
4 sites on a rectangular field, with wild grass and weeds, on a slight slope. There is no shade on the campsites themselves, so make sure you bring your gazebo.
There are 4 electrical boxes with two standard plug points.
There is only one ablution block, on the campsite, with separate mens and ladies bathrooms The showers have glass sliding doors, there is a mirror and a shelf by the basins and a bench for keeping your clothes and toiletries dry while you shower. The facilities are modern, neat and clean.
There is an area behind the ablutions for washing dishes.
Taps are located by the ablution block.
The bins are also located by the ablution block.
There are no braais provided at the campsite, but you are welcome to bring your own braai and grid. There are two bomas nearby, with a fire pit and a braai grid for making a fire.
A large dam for swimming
A wooden jungle gym
Hiking and mountain bike trails
The road is tarred all the way to the entrance of the farm. A 3,3km dirt road takes you onto the farm.
On arrival you will be given a brochure and a keychain which entitles you to various discounts and freebies offered by businesses in Tulbagha, Ceres and Woseley.
The campsite may have weeds and wild grasses, but there are no thorns.
The walk to the dam is quite a distance away from the campsite, so bring your bicycles along to make the trip easier.
The campsite allows pets, but they will need to be supervised or on a leash as this is a working farm.
Telephone: 071 404 2766
We have not had the opportunity to visit this camp site and have gained the above information from various sources and publications.