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Gecko Creek Wilderness Lodge has been named Lonely Planet’s "Top Choice" for the Cederberg Wilderness area for 5 consecutive years. No children or pets allowed. We also have Safari tents with beds and linen available
Gecko Creek Lodge is a self catering Cederberg Accommodation camp on a 517 hectare private nature reserve that borders the 80,000 hectare Cederberg Reserve. Offering comfortable twin / double cabins and tents overlooking the valley, a cool Lapa for gathering and cooking as well as a fire warmed open air Boma , salt water swimming pool and stunning setting make this the ideal hub from which to explore the Cederberg. A short distance away is the Olifants River which has the richest variety of endemic fish species of all rivers south of the Zambezi, including the Yellow Fish and Red fin Minnow.
Guests have access to all amenities - kitchen, braais, swimming pool etc
We are always on site and on call to assist with hiking advice, tours etc
We offer self catering facilities ( stoves, pots, plates, cutlery etc ) or we personally cook and cater for all meals.
Gecko Creek is a quiet nature reserve so we ask that all guests behave in a respectful fashion. We do not allow any form of audio device to be played at any time and discourage cellphone usage in public areas
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I grew up as a child just outside of Kruger National Park and have always loved the bush. My childhood dream was to own a property in the wild where I could enjoy the sounds of nature and be at peace. After moving to Cape Town and owning a successful film company for many years, my desire to return to the bush lead me on a journey finally discovering the Cederberg Wilderness Area and the fortunate opportunity to allow me to purchase 517 hectares of pristine land. For the past 20 years, I have worked blood, sweat, and tears (with the help from many friends) to develop Gecko Creek into a magical place in nature where travelers from around the world come to engage unspoilt wilderness and remarkable silence and stars. Many will share their life stories particularly around the fire in the Boma and leave with new understandings, deeper thoughts, and wisdom going forward. New friendships and relationships are formed daily amongst our travelers and many return to Gecko Creek again and again. For us it is extremely gratifying to observe these connections and the integration with the wild.