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Just off the N2, there is ample wild camping possibles and side tracks. Near is a forgotten waterfall and you can swim in red water of the lower pools. Cool place
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Quiet, no one came by. Half decent vodacom internet. There’s. Viewing platform to view full waterfall past bushReport Check-In
no 4x4 required, we arrived by Renault Kwid rental car :-). not so scenic drive in but the gorge is nice.
big rig probably ok to turn around... depends on the driver, the rig and the sense of adventure I suppose...Report Check-In
Nice and very quiet place for camping at a small waterfall in a formerly burned forest. Access is 2 km on a good dirtroad. Turning around at the end is difficult with a big rig or without 4 WD and high clearance. You can turn 100 m before the spot.Report Check-In
Quiet and open right above a gorge with waterfall and swimming possibilities from the top. Perfect for a wild camp spot. Climb across the creek and swing left and around the edge to get to the down level with the best views and deepest swimming hole!Report Check-In
Indeed a nice place! When you leave the N2 turn to the left. Your navigation may guide you to the right, but then you have to cross the small village and for big rigs the road is a bit narrow.Report Check-In
As described. Nice spot. Quiet, no traffic, lovely waterfall and canyon.Report Check-In
Perfect place for a quiet night. Nobody around and the waterfall is also quite niceReport Check-In
Very nice place, a Geocacher stopped by and a couple walking their dogs, otherwise very quiet. Has been very windy when we stayed there, no good shelter. Unfortunately lots of rubbish laying around, even in the poolsReport Check-In