What To Do While Staying With
Kam’Bati River Resort
Swellendam, Western Cape
A Few Things To Do While Staying With Us
Kam’Bati and its nearby town Swellendam offer loads of fun to do activities. From dining out to complete absorption into nature. Kam’Bati will have something for every family dynamic.
The resort has 3 swimming pools fit for different ages. There is a splash pool for the toddlers, a deeper pool with 3 small slides for the kids, and 3 larger slides at the larger pool for the older kids.
Farm Walk and Birding Odyssy
Take a walk around the Kam’Bati 60 hectre fenced game parameter and spot a magnificient variety of birdlife, small game and flora.
Mini Golf Course
The whole family can join in on this fun activity. The 8-whole mini-golf course is shaped in the letters of ‘Kam’Bati’ and can be trickier than expected! Clubs and balls are available at the camp shop.
Guests love catch-and-release fishing either on the riverbanks, from the jetty or from a canoe. The Breede River is full of carp and bass and guests come from all over for a relaxing weekend of fishing.
Bontebok National Park is a species-specific national park in South Africa. It was established in 1931 to ensure the preservation of the Bontebok.
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Marloth Nature Reserve
Marloth Nature Reserve is hidden away in the imposing Swellendam Mountains. The peaceful reserve, which is 14 123 hectares in size, is a World Heritage Site.
Ikigai Coffee Bar
Enjoy a cup of specialty coffee from Origin Coffee Roasting while browsing the shop
stocked with a variety of artisan products sourced from all over South Africa.
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Variety of gin and food on the menu to choose from, warm atmosphere.
Fireplace for cold evenings and lots of entertainment for toddlers.
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This former government building, an architectural treasure in itself, is now a museum containing some impressive artifacts.
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Under The Oaks Market
This lovely country market in Swellendam is becoming a go – to place for fresh home
grown and organic produce, arts and crafts, home bakes, preserves and honey.
Every Saturday 9 – 1:30 behind the Grace and Merci Restaurant