Kululapa-indi-bos offers fully equipped, self-catering accommodation, with different options depending on the size of your group. The Lapa can accommodate large groups, while Birdsong cottage is suited to a couple or small family.
Big enough to house up to 23 people, The Lapa has hosted families and camp groups for getaways in nature.
The entrance way leads into a large lounge with plenty of couches to relax upon, and a hearth for cosy fires. Fire up the ‘iron lady’ – the wood stove situated in the centre of the kitchen designed for ‘kuiering’. Eat supper around a table hewn from a single tree. Sleep upstairs in oversized bunks, or in the lofts for the more adventurous. The three upstairs bedrooms offer 6, 7, and 8 beds respectively, with extra space in the lounge. The toilets and basins are easy to access between the rooms. Shower outside in one of 3 showers with piping hot water from a boiler heated by burning alien wood. Watch the sunrise from the balcony, or have a braai in the boma area. Down the hill is the start of the foefie slide, and the walks to Hippo Hollow and Jump falls.
So named because of the abundance of diverse bird species in the nearby bush, its secluded location means that their song is all you hear! Ideal for a small family, a romantic getaway, or a solitary retreat, the cottage is rustic but comfortable.
An open-plan kitchen/dining area provides amenities for cooking. The lounge area is arranged around a fireplace with a large window with a view on to the forest.
The entrance to the downstairs bedroom is down a small step with a narrow entry – not suitable for those with mobility challenges. It is furnished with a comfortable queen-sized bed (or two singles). The toilet is en-suite. The upstairs bedroom has two mattresses for kids to bunk down wherever suits.
The wood-paneled outside shower is unique and gives a feel of being in nature.
The back stoep is equipped with a braai stand, and is the start of a trail leading into the forest. Your adventure awaits!