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- Karoo National Park
- Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
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- Mapungubwe National Park
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- Table Mountain National Park
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- West Coast National Park
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You can find more information on the booking process by clicking on 'More Info'.
The Alexandria hiking trail provides accommodation for hikers in a guesthouse and overnight hut.
The Woody Cape Guesthouse is situated at the trail base, providing accommodation for the beginning and/or end of the hike. The guesthouse is ideally located of the edge of the Alexandria Forest, close to the Woody Cape offices/reception. It offers three bedrooms, each with two sets of bunk beds (no bedding is provided) - sleeping a maximum of 12 people, with one bathroom and separate toilet. A fully-fitted kitchen is available, as is an open plan lounge and dining room area.
Tariffs: R135 per person per night. Note: this tariff does not include the conservation fees per person per night.
The overnight Woody Cape hut is situated at the end of the first day's hike, overlooking the sea and Bird Island. The hut is equipped with 12 beds with mattresses in two bedrooms. Please provide your own bedding. It has a rainwater tank for drinking and cooking water only and eco-toilets. There are no showers available. Strictly no fires are allowed at the Woody Cape hut. A two-plate gas cooker, crockery and cutlery is provided.
A community fund of 1% will be added to the cost of all accommodation and activity reservations arriving on or after the 1st of June 2012.
Bookings are made through Camp Matyholweni on Matyholweni@sanparks.org or Tel: +27(0)41 468 0916/8.
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Did You Know?
- Is also home to one of the densest African elephant populations on earth