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AfriCamps at Pat Busch - Rental only

AfriCamps at Pat Busch - Rental only

Robertson, Western Cape, South Africa

This AfriCamps location is situated in Pat Busch Mountain Reserve. 2000 Hectares of spectacular mountain fynbos with streams, mountain dams, birdlife and various animals such as bucks, fallow deer, Nguni cows and even a very shy leopard. The reserve is also home to a rare Protea Flower that was thought extinct for almost 50 years and is now under protection of Cape Nature. <br /><br />AfriCamps tents consist of a spacious open plan lounge area with a comfortable couch and a fully equipped kitchen. The dining room area has a solid wooden table with enough seating for 5 people. For winter months the fireplace will be the perfect way to warm up the tent, bringing in an intimate setting for you and your love ones. Per night reservations can be accommodated. Both bedrooms are furnished with a queen size bed and have their own private entrance which allows maximum privacy. One of the bedrooms also contains an extra single bunk bed, so the tent will comfortably sleep a family of 5. The tents are equipped with an air conditioning unit to keep you cool during those hot summer nights and a private bathroom with a hot shower cabin, washbasin and flushing toilet. The private wooden deck at the front of the tent comes with comfortable wooden loungers from where you can overlook the peaceful natural surroundings of a working farm or beautiful estate. When days get warmer you can pull up the front covers and transform the tent into a big outdoor living area. Here you can unwind and appreciate a festive family breakfast while enjoying the beautiful weather and taking in the serene natural beauty of the South African landscape. <br /><br />The possibilities on the property are endless and include several walking trails, good bird watching, fishing for bass and swimming and paddling in the farm dam. The sparkling nine-meter swimming pool, fringed by a rolling green lawn is also a welcomed addition at which to chill in the summer blaze. The reserve forms part of the Klaasvoogds West foothills in the Langeberg Mountain between the towns of Robertson &amp; Montagu. With over 160 years of history, Robertson has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Winelands towns, with Victorian buildings, jacaranda-lined streets and vineyards banked with beautiful roses. The Robertson Valley forms part of the Route 62, the longest wine route in the world and famous for its many wine festivals. There are also a big variety of attractions, activities and culinary delights on offer. <br /><br />Images displayed on the 7Across website resort profiles are images of the relevant resort but may not be the specific unit available for reservations.

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AfriCamps at Kam'Bati - Rental only

AfriCamps at Kam'Bati - Rental only

Swellendam, Western Cape, South Africa

AfriCamps Forest at Kam&rsquo;Bati River Resort is situated on an Overberg farm about 20km west of Swellendam. Our Boutique Camp can be reached from Cape Town in just over 2 hours which makes it the perfect weekend trip destination as well as a great stopover on the way to the Garden Route. <br /><br />The Sonderend River and Breede River meet on the property and our 5 luxury Boutique Camping tents are located in a beautiful and quiet patch of forest close to the river. AfriCamps Forest at Kam&rsquo;Bati River Resort is a nature lovers&rsquo; paradise and the perfect getaway for the adventurous family. <br /><br />There are canoeing, mountain biking and fishing facilities and there is a swimming pool for the children, while the picturesque town of Swellendam is only a short drive away. Swellendam is not only the largest youngberry growing area in the world, but is also bursting with heritage, culture &amp; architecture. Visit the famous open-air Drostdy Museum or enjoy the view of the Dutch reformed church, one the best-known historical buildings of town. Perhaps you feel more like an exciting river rafting tour along the Breede River. On the fringe of the town you will find the Bontebok National Park and the Marloth Nature Reserve; nature parks that provide various possibilities for hiking, horse riding, and bird watching. Swellendam is also well known for its vibrant food culture, with plenty of restaurants offering everything from traditional farmers food to coffee shops serving delectable cakes and fine-dining experiences. Lying at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, Swellendam is the perfect base from which to explore the Overberg Region and the surrounding wine lands. This includes Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point of Africa and meeting point between the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, and De Hoop Nature Reserve where you can hike, swim, mountain bike, quad bike and go bird watching or game viewing.<br /><br />Images displayed on the 7Across website resort profiles are images of the relevant resort but may not be the specific unit available for reservations.

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Kaimanawa Lodge

Kaimanawa Lodge

Turangi, North Island, New Zealand

You'll find Kaimanawa Lodge in the town of Turangi at the southern end of Great Lake Taupo. The town is nestled in the bend of the mighty Tongariro River, bounded by the majestic mountains and the expansive lake. Moody. Powerful. Elemental. Breathtakingly beautiful! It is a place that eases itself into your soul and never leaves.<br /><br />Modern and comfortable, the resort is perfect for those wanting to make the most out of their New Zealand escape. During the winter months, the towering snow-capped mountains are a haven for winter sports and the air reverberates with the gentle whisper of skis on fresh fallen snow.<br /><br />In the warmer months, the mirror-like surface of the lake gets whipped into a frenzy of activity. There's everything from swimming, water skiing and paddle boarding to kayaking. While the adventurous can throw on a life vest and get an adrenaline hit with a little white-water rafting or jet boating in the nearby rivers. Brilliant fun! For those that prefer to keep their clothes on, there are plenty of bushwalks through spectacular countryside and, of course, you can always give trout fishing a go.<br /><br />A trip into Turangi is a must. It has a number of excellent restaurants serving fresh local cuisine, and caf&eacute;s serve a mean espresso. A tour of a Turangi vineyard is a definite too. But whatever you do, make sure you take time to relax in one of the famous thermal pools. You'll feel the stress gently melt away. Exquisite! <br /><br />For a holiday with more, visit Kaimanawa Lodge.

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Lakeside Villas

Lakeside Villas

Taupo, North Island, New Zealand

On the shores of picturesque Lake Taupo, Lakeside Villas Apartments is just a ten-minute stroll from Taupo's town centre. Supremely comfortable units offer a wide range of configurations to suit all needs and feature fully-equipped kitchens, laundry facilities and patios with fabulous scenic views. There are enjoyable organised activities onsite, including tennis and mini-golf tournaments, and heaps of other activities for kids. Talk to the folks at our helpful Tour Desk. We'll be happy to organise trout-fishing trips, arrange discounted golf green fees, advise you about the best things to do around Lake Taupo - even make dinner bookings. You'll never run out of fantastic things to see and do. Take in a Maori Cultural performance. Experience some of the best trout fishing in the world. Try your hand at water-skiing or parasailing. Scuba dive, sky dive or try bungy jumping. Go white water rafting. Soak away your worries in thermal pools. Go tramping (that's Kiwi for hiking). There's great skiing nearby in winter. Visit Deerworld. Organise a hunting trip or charter a flight for an eagle's-eye view of the spectacular terrain. You'll be within short driving distance to many of New Zealand's top tourist locations like Rotorua, Hawkes Bay and Tongariro National Park. Taupo epitomises clean, green New Zealand at it's very best. Come to Lakeside Villas and find yourself perfectly positioned between clear lake waters and jaw-dropping scenery. Welcome to New Zealand's natural holiday paradise.

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Sunchaser Vacation Villas at Riverside

Sunchaser Vacation Villas at Riverside

Fairmont Hot Spr/Panorama, British Columbia, Canada

Riverside is a villa-styled resort at Sunchaser Vacation Villas in breathtaking Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia. <br /><br />Sunchaser Vacation Villas offer you accommodations to suit your party's needs, whether it is couples of two or families as large as eight. Riverside boasts one and two-bedroom villas, complete with full kitchens, spacious living areas and bathrooms, soaker or jetted tubs, and plush, comfortable beds. All units have attractive, comfortable furnishings, decks with barbecues, two televisions per suite, plus DVD players and washers and dryers. Wireless Internet is available at the recreation centre and in all villas. The resort houses the community's front desk, guest services and recreation center. <br /><br />Sunchaser Vacation Villas is set on the warm side of the Rockies, which means the golf season starts far earlier than it does in Banff. Surrounded by award winning golf courses, family friendly and challenging ski hills, natural hot springs, spa and endless outdoor adventure opportunities; Sunchaser Vacation Villas is nestled in the heart of the Canadian Kootenay Rockies. But skiing and golf are just the beginning. Recreational opportunities are available in every season. <br /><br />Stay at Sunchaser Vacation Villas at Riverside today, and see why Vacation Ownership magazine has ranked the resort community among the world's top 20 vacation destinations.

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Shimla Havens Resort

Shimla Havens Resort

Himachal Pradesh, North-India, India

Situated at an altitude of 6400 feet in Himalayas, Shimla Havens is a newly built resort spread in 6 acres surrounded by Pine, Cedar and Rhodo Dendron forests. The Resort is located around 4km from the newly built ISBT (Inter State Bust Terminus) and 1 km from Summer Hill railway station. The resort is an ideal place for those who are looking for a perfect escape away destination for leisure, rejuvenate themselves by enjoying the vicinity of the nature and a perfect place of peace, pleasure and party. <br /><br />Revel in the splendor and majesty of the Himalayas, as you explore the streets and exotic shops of Shimla, golf at Naldhera, and wander the orchards of Mashobra. A trip to this snow-capped paradise is not complete until you experience the soothing hot sulfur springs of Tattapani, or the exhilarating ski slopes of Kurfi in winter. Marvel at the luxury of the nearby Chail Palace, and absorb the local culture as you explore the many temples, museums and churches.

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Sudwala Lodge

Sudwala Lodge

Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Sudwala Lodge harks back to the halcyon days of the great safari era when blazing sunsets melted into lantern-lit romance and indulgent evenings were enriched by superlative service. Nestled in wooded valley below the famous Sudwala Caves and Dinosaur Park, alongside the Houtbosloop River, this family-friendly cluster of thatched chalets provides a perfect getaway. <br /><br />Check into air-conditioned comfort to find your chalet comfortably appointed with everything you need to self-cater in style. Mod-cons and delightful touches of hospitality span everything from microwaves and sociable barbecues to babysitting and excellent cleaning services. Hit the tennis courts. Bounce on the trampoline. Play a game of volleyball or a round of mini golf, followed by a refreshing dip in the pool or an energising soak in the whirlpool, while the kids romp safely in the kiddies' pool. Stock up on essentials at the grocery store or pick up a snack from the kiosk. Alternatively, treat yourself to a hearty meal at the bistro. <br /><br />Hiking trails and bird watching are just a few of many possible pleasurable pursuits. The scenic panorama route and many of the ever-popular tourist attractions like God's Window, the Blyde River Canyon and Bourke's Luck Potholes are there for the enjoying. The Malelane and Numbi gates to the Kruger National Park are also within easy reach. <br /><br />Come and enjoy the heart of Mpumalanga's natural splendour. Stay to enjoy Sudwala Lodge's special brand of warm hospitality.<br /><br />Images displayed on the 7Across website resort profiles are images of the relevant resort but may not be the specific unit available for reservations.

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