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Silaka Nature Reserve Chalets

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6 reviews
  • Excellent16%
  • Very good16%
  • Average16%
  • Poor52%
  • Terrible0%
29 Jun 2016
12 Oct 2015
“NOT worth the money!!!!”
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Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

Dissapointed, is the only word to decribe the accomadation. For a R1000 p/night at least no rubish dumps behind your braai facilities and taps that is fixed and working.The hike to the beach was also like walking trough a dump with glass bottles and leftover...More

5  Thank rudolphk187
Reviewed 12 October 2015

It was very sad to see this once beautiful place...gone to the dogs. There has been no maintenance done on the units. Our fridge was not working so all our food went off. No braai grids, no cutlery and our shower had no pressure. We...More

8  Thank Jolene760
Reviewed 9 October 2015

A beautiful destination on the far side of Port St. John. It could be so much better than it is. With amazing rolling hills, a short walk to the beaches, and some great paths, if it were only well maintained this would be a great...More

3  Thank Matthew G
Reviewed 18 January 2015 via mobile

It takes a bit of effort to get there. If coming from KZN side note road is badly potholed (Jan 2015). Road to Mtata was better. Port St Johns has lots of character (pretty dirty though) and has a large supermarket, plenty of on-street vendors...More

5  Thank thepeckster
Reviewed 13 January 2014

This is a hidden treasure of the Wild Coast. You feel the tranquillity as you ascend the hill away from the hustle and bustle of (hectic) Port St Johns. You arrive in a forest and find your accommodation to be a comfortable two bed chalet....More

5  Thank Kobus69
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"There are two chalets with sea-view. The others are situated on three different levels on two hills..."
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