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Riv­ier­plaaskamp, Worcester

When you are with a group of good friends, I guess one could be almost any­where and still have a great time. We had a good time, and I think the kids had even a bet­ter time. There is plenty to do to keep young and old enter­tained. The camp­site sup­plied a raft, canoes and a “foe­fie” slide.That was great fun and I think almost every­one went down it at least once.

Other activ­i­ties include moun­tain bik­ing (but beware there are plenty of dev­ils thorns),swimming and going for leisurely walks on the farm. We camped at Sipres camp (which is prob­a­bly not the best camp, but it has big flat lawns where one can play sports such as vol­ley­ball, soc­cer etc.

There were a cou­ple of gripes though.The first being no ones fault. The mos­qui­toes! Wow, when I awoke the next morn­ing it looked like I had a mos­quito wall­pa­per on the inside of my tent. Don’t go to sleep with­out clos­ing the fly net on your tent, and take plenty of Tabard. Even the peo­ple that zipped their fly nets closed looked like they almost got eaten alive. We were there mid­dle of March, and in all fair­ness that is prob­a­bly the worst time of the year for Mos­qui­toes in the Cape.

Then if you are very finicky about your ablu­tion facil­i­ties, then this is prob­a­bly not the camp­site for you. Although the toi­lets were clean, we felt that there were way to lit­tle toi­lets for the amount of peo­ple. Maybe the camp­site is not always as busy as when we were there. The doors also can­not lock, so if you are para­noid about some­one walk­ing in on you, don’t go there.

I also just heard by chance that there is no drink­ing water, so be sure to pack.

Con­tact Details
Tel no 0233404551 G.P.S. 33° 4629.96″, +19° 3110.25
Cell no 0824578967 Email This email address is being pro­tected from spam­bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fax 0233404567 Web­site
Camp Details
Near­est Town Worces­ter Max Per­sons Can hire the whole campsite
Dis­tance from Town 25km, 25 mins Chalets/​Cottages No
Map View Map Elec­tric­ity via a generator
Pets Car­a­vans
Shop with basics Yes Brochure
Tips and things to do

These tips will prob­a­bly apply to many camp sites, but this is what we thought should not be forgotten

1. Make sure you take your own drink­ing water and all your sup­plies. There is a small tuck shop that sells most of the basics, but it is only open at cer­tain times.

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