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Bontebok NP: INFO

Agulhas, Bontebok, Table Mountain, Tankwa Karoo, West Coast
Clerette
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Re: staying at Bontebok

Unread post by Clerette » Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:21 pm

Do any of the bontebok chalets have a double bed??
The website shows that there are only single beds!!

Jonkers
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Location: Stellenbosch

Re: staying at Bontebok

Unread post by Jonkers » Mon Nov 07, 2011 7:41 am

no, sleep in one with two or put two next to eachother or just leave them as they are

marloise
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Re: staying at Bontebok

Unread post by marloise » Tue Nov 08, 2011 7:59 am

Dear Clerette,

Bontebok National Park can make up a double bed for you on request when you book.

Kind Regards,
Marloise

pietert
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Location: Travelling Parks in SA

Re: staying at Bontebok

Unread post by pietert » Sun Nov 20, 2011 5:27 pm

Bontebok, we agree with all of the good things people say about your park. I have actually one small little problem, or rather, four little problems, namely those four little swallows who wanted to go into the ablution rooms to build nests, but every now and then the staff closed the doors after chasing them out, leaving them sitting outside on the windowsill and on the suggestions box.
I wonder if it will be possible to build places where they can nest, something like the bats at Letaba?

Congratulations with the beautifully kept and managed park. We will not pass there without sleeping over at least once.

marloise
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Re: staying at Bontebok

Unread post by marloise » Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:53 am

Dear Pietert,

We do allow the Swallows to nest outside the ablution facilities but due to health issues as well as upholding the standard and qaulity of out visitor facilities we unfortunately cannot allow them to nest inside a building.

We take the nests down while they are in the starting stages of building it, however, we will never take down a nest that we mght have missed and now has chick in. We will then wait until the chick have left the nest and than take it down.

I hope this anwsers your question and consern.

Kind Regards,
Marloise
Kind Regards,
Marloise

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