Our first visit to Wolfkop Camping Village and although the scenery is exceptionally beautiful, the place is extremely dirty. Cost per night was R850 for 4 people and for this rate I would expect neat & clean ablution facilities. The fridges were covered with insects on the inside, the microwave filthy and I cannot even begin to explain the state of the shower.
The website advertise cotton percale bedding. We received a white sheet with white pillow cover and one old blanket and one old sleeping bag (all with holes in).
The list goes on and on. Have a look at the photo's and decide for yourself. I would not recommend this place at all. You can find a camping spot at half this rate, with clean kitchen and ablution facilities.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you think that having no tent should stop you from actually going camping, think again. This is longer the case with the arrival of Wolfkop Camping Villages. The hassle and logistics of a camping weekend in the Citrusdal Valley is now a thing of the past. The slogan, "You only bring food and clothes," shakes up any preconceived idea you have about camping - leaking tents, missing poles and pegs.... ... more less