Fisherman’s Alcove


Sleeping Arrangements
  • Multi-sleeper Family – Queen bed & a bunk bed (built to accommodate adults) – sleeps 4
  • (IF AVAILABLE) Multi-sleeper Rondawel – 3 x bunk beds (built to accommodate adults) – sleeps 6
Bathrooms x 3
  • 1  ensuite to Multi-sleeper Family room.
  • 1 Guest bathroom adjacent to the kitchen.
  •  1 ensuite to Multi-sleeper Rondawel.

Please note: Each bathrooms consist of a shower, basin and (flushing) toilet. The shower’s are supplied with hot water from our gas geysers, but hot water is only available in the evenings when the generator is powered on. The toilets make use of a septic tank and care should be taken when using these, as highlighted below.


The unit is powered by solar for lighting and charging of cell phones (only). It uses a combination of gas and solar for its fridges and stove. There is a generator on site that serves as a backup but also provides for additional lighting and usage of the onsite electrical appliances such as  microwave, electric kettle etc. for 2hrs every night, as well as charging of any other electronic equipment. Use of the generator does come at an additional cost if used outside the allocated 2 hrs per night.


The unit is equipped with gas and solar powered freezers.

  • 1x210l gas freezer
  • 1x250l gas fridge/freezer combo
  • 1 x 260l solar freezer (Best for baits & fish caught)

Please note: Patrons need to be careful not to pack the freezers to the top and to rather spread meat items between the freezers. Beverages should be added as and when needed. The lodge has 2 x 210l AC freezers on standby but arrangements can be made with management to switch these on if additional space is required.


There is a huge portable braai & potjie stand positioned in the covered veranda area (adjacent to the kitchen), where patrons can chill and relax whilst enjoying an outdoor cooked meal.


We have two helpers who provide housekeeping (Elizabeth) & yard maintenance (Villella) services daily. Their costs are included in the daily rate. Elizabeth is responsible for household cleaning and will bake bread or make fat cakes if you like, but you need to supply the ingredients. If required, she can also make your breakfasts for an additional fee. The fee will be used to source an additional helper to assist with cleaning.

Unit service times:
  • Housekeeping is from 08:00am to 12:00pm.
  • Yard maintenance is split (i.e. 07:30am to 09:30am & 04:00pm – 06:00pm)

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  • Cutlery and Linen (sheet, pillow/case, duvet) is provided but patrons are welcome to bring their own if that is their preference, and to bring blankets for added warmth during the winter months.
  • Please bring your own bath towels and consumables such as toilet paper, air freshener, matches, candles, bug spray, bin bags, flashlight, hand wash detergent etc. If not sure you are welcome to contact our admin office.
  • Patrons must please bring their own bottled water for drinking, although  treated water is supplied from the nearby dam (when available) via the taps installed along the road in the village and other locations . Please note that these taps tend to run dry from time to time, particularly outside the rainy season.
  • The showers, toilets and sinks are supplied with rain water collected in our water tanks, but due to the scarcity of water patrons are requested to use water sparingly.
  • Please make every effort to water sparingly 2, for example limiting showers to once a day. 
  • The lodge makes use of a septic tank and given the complexities with this type of system,  we request that patrons please avoid discarding objects such as sanitary napkins, tampons, disposable nappies or any other product that does not break down easily, as it will cause the septic tank to block.
  • There are shops in the village but they sell the bare essentials hence please stock up appropriately before arriving. Should there be a need, the  Ngcwanguba store carries a good range of products and is about a 60min drive from the lodge.
  • You don’t need a 4×4 to get to our lodge (accept for the rainy season) but a vehicle with higher clearance is recommended. You can get to us in a small car but would need to take it very slow on the gravel road.


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