Wolwehoek: Leopard’s Kloof Luxury Camp

  • 2 guests
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom

“Secluded” is only the tip of the iceberg when describing this breathtaking escape, hidden in the untouched Keisie Valley in the Klein Karoo. Roux van der Watt and Robin De Cauwer, passionate owners of this private nature reserve, have created a wonderfully isolated haven far removed from daily life, where birdsong, fynbos slopes and stunning explorer-style lodgings set the scene for an unforgettable off-grid escape.

Leopard’s Kloof is a luxury tent for two, kitted out with all the creature comforts you could desire – including a 12-metre-long super-hammock suspended for breathtaking views on the edge of the valley. There’s also a plunge pool-hot tub, a cute braai area with a pizza oven and an outdoor shower – all designed to get you back in touch with nature.

There are hiking trails to explore, or rock-climbing and birdwatching – otherwise, just the stars to count and the luxury of all the time in the world to do nothing much at all. It’s only reachable by 4×4 – ideal for when you want to drop off the grid and shut out the world.


A luxury tent for two in a secluded corner of a private nature reserve.

Indoor living

  • Bedroom with small study area and king-size bed
  • Bathroom with a large bath and steps leading out to an outdoor shower
  • Lounge with a large Chesterfield sofa and two armchairs
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Outdoor living

  • Plunge pool with a wood-burning heater to transform it into a hot-tub
  • Braai area and outdoor lounge with large braai and a pizza oven
  • Wood is provided for the braai, pizza oven and hot tub
  • Large hammock

​Good to know

Leopard’s Kloof is completely off-grid and runs on solar energy. This is used to power lights as well as the fridge. There are no electrical appliances or plug points in the tent.

​The cabin is 4km down an access road suitable for 4×4 vehicles only. It takes about 20 – 30 minutes to reach the cabin from the gate into Wolwehoek.


On the property

  • Hiking – there are 520 hectares to explore. A map in your tent shows the hiking routes. Keep an eye out for ancient aquatic fossils which become exposed by erosion on the higher slopes of the mountains
  • Birdwatching – books and binoculars provided
  • Mountain-biking – the main road through the reserve can be used by mountain bikers. Possible routes are indicated on a map provided
  • Star-gazing

In the area

  • Rock climbing and mountain-biking
  • Montagu restaurants, art galleries and historical buildings
  • Muscadel tastings at Montagu Wines & Spirits
  • Olive tasting at Olijvenhof Olive Farm
  • Wine estates in nearby Robertson


  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Braai
  • Pool
  • Bath
  • Hammock
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Pizza Oven
  • Secure Parking

Best for

  • Couples


Low Season
R3,000.00 Per Night

You might also like...