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Eastern Cape, Wild Coast, Lusikisiki: Mbotyi River Campsite

1979
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The campsite is a joint venture between the Mbotyi Community and Mbotyi River Camp Site. It is managed by the Mbotyi Camp Site Trust. The Camp Site does not form part of the Lodge and is a separate business with its own shareholders. The Camp Site facilities and those of the Lodge are for the specific use of the guests of each venue and there are no reciprocal rights between the two.

The campsite has no telephones at present, therefore bookings are made by lodge staff at Mbotyi River Lodge. This is simply done to assist the Campsite trust. The Campste opened on the 4th June 2002. The venue has electricity, water and 24 hour security. The property is fenced and provides safe, off-road parking. The Campsite has been left as natural as possible and the tent sites have been terraced for campers. It is advisable to book a site suitable for the size of the tent you wish to pitch. Mbotyi Camp Site also has three self catering Pondo Huts that sleep 6 people each as well as two rooms that sleep 2 people each – one equipped with a double bed and the other with two single beds, no refrigeration.

Kitchens: There are 8 kitchen areas with a hot and cold water sink. There is no additional charge for the use of the kitchens. Ablutions: Hygienic Gents and Ladies ablutions with hot and cold water.

Dining Area: There is a covered dining area where guests can enjoy meals or get togethers. This area is for use by all guests at the camp site.

Braai Areas: There are braai areas around the camp sites with their own light and three prong power points. A deepfreeze is available in reception for the use of all campers.

Camp Stands Grassed Camping Stands Shaded Camping Stands Gravel Camping Stands Electrified Camping Stands Caravan for Hire Taps Chalets/ Cottages/ Rooms Wheelchair Friendly Shower Baths Toilets Laundry Washing Line First Aid Parking Dogs Allowed Games Room Bar Shop Firewood for sale Credit Cards Braai Gas Refills Security 4x4ing Abseiling Bird Watching Boating Fishing Hiking Horse Riding Mountain Biking Snorkeling Canoeing Tourism Information

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