Glamping on a dairy farm in the heart of the Garden Route
AfriCamps at Oakhurst offers a healthy slice of rural bliss for the entire family. Get ready for good old-fashioned farm fun for the kids and adults alike. A visit here will remain a family memory for years to come. AfriCamps at Oakhurst is situated on one of the few remaining large working dairy farms along the Garden Route and covers a massive 640 hectares – 200 of which is pristine fynbos and indigenous forest. To fully immerse visitors in the beauty of the surroundings, the 8 self-catering boutique glamping tents overlook rolling green fields and the beautiful surrounding Outeniqua Mountains. Here, the breathtaking Wilderness meets the Garden Route’s lesser-known farm lifestyle. Grazing cows and horses create a truly authentic farm experience.
Best time to go to Garden Route
The best time to visit this region is in the warmer months of September to April. The Garden Route is rainy throughout the year and is a popular summer destination that can get busy over the Christmas holidays. You will soon understand why, as you feel the warm rays while kloofing, abseiling and paragliding or simply taking a dip in the azure Indian Ocean. The months of June to August are colder but will provide opportunities for whale watching (peaking in September) with more windless days to enjoy.
The hand-crafted tents are fully equipped and suitable for 5 people. Amenities include a complete kitchen, en-suite bathroom, a large outdoor deck, as well as a wood-fired hot tub outside.