Coral Tree Camp

What to Expect

Coral Tree Camp is a place you must visit if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. The camp is on a plateau, with stunning views tucked in between the Magoebaskloof forests.

It is a private camp, with minimum two people, max six. Only one party is able to book it at a time. It is only accessible with a 4×4, but once you are there you won’t want to leave!

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Mountain Views

The beautiful views of the valley will keep you coming back for more.

Basic Kitchen Facilities

There is a covered kitchen area, with a large dining table and benches. A sink with hot running water is also available. You can roll down a plastic screen if the mist threatens to intrude.

Plunge Pool

The outdoor plunge pool is perfect for cooling off on a hot summer’s day.

Hot Water

A donkey is lit at night for lovely hot water showers and baths.

Braai Facilities

An outdoor Braai for cooking is essential when staying in the bush.

Solar Power

Lighting for cooking at night is provided by solar power.

Indoor Braai/Fireplace

If the weather is bad, you can cook inside and keep yourselves warm with the indoor braai.

Outside Shower and Bath

A private outside shower and bath allow you to relax and gaze out at the mountains and forests, listening to the samango monkeys in the nearby trees.

Dog Friendly

Dogs are permitted but please let us know before hand if you intend to bring any – and not large vicious ones as its not fenced and there are other dogs and wildlife around.

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Rates

R195/ pp / night
Normal
  • First two people R195 per person per night
  • R130 for each additional person thereafter. Max 6.
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R220/ pp / night
Peak (December)
  • First two people R220 per person per night
  • R140 for each additional person thereafter. Max 6.
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Without a doubt one of the most superb campsites in South Africa. Many many thanks for the privilege.
Richard – Caravan and Outdoor living magazineCoral Tree Camp, Feb 2017