Welcome to Aloe Canyons Guest farm near Swellendam! Peaceful nights and beautiful sights, the river flowing in front of you and birds chirping in your ears... sound inviting? Aloe Canyons Guest farm and Wildlife is a must for animal lovers and people with a love for nature! Get away from the city life and explore nature in its raw element! This is a must for a romantic breakaway, or just to chill after a hard week’s work! The absolute silence, no city lights or noise of traffic, it will be only you and the wildlife around you! You’ll have absolute privacy, each unit is distant from the other.
Aloe Canyons is in the middle of Swellendam (25km), Malagas(21km), which has the only ferry that is driven by hand and De Hoop Nature Reserve(25km).
Aloe Cottage accommodates 4 guests. There is one bedroom with a queen bed and 2 large sofa beds in the cottage.
Our rate per night starts from R800 single up to R1200 for 4 people sharing.
Canyon Cottage accommodates 2 guests. There is one bedroom with a queen bed in the cottage.
Our rate per night starts from R900 single and from R450 pp for 2 people sharing.
The Oxwagen accommodates 2 guests. There is one bedroom with a queen bed in the tented unit. Guest need to make use of the ablution block that is part of the campsite. There is a separate full kitchen.
Our rate starts from R500 single and from R250 pp for 2 people sharing.
Die Rooidakhuis is a holiday home that accommodates 8 guests. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with a double bed. Then there is a loft area that has 4 single beds. The unit has 1 en-suite bathroom and 1 full bathroom.
Our rate starts from R900 single up to R2100 for 8 people sharing.
Minimum stay is 2 nights.
Feel free to cycle, jog or take a leisurely walk and see interesting reptiles, birds, animals and plants. The patio has beautiful views of the Renosterveld bush while springbucks graze only 3 meters away and mountain tortoises eating apples.
Guests may also use Aloe Canyons Wild Life and Guestfarm, only 2km away to watch Eland, Kudu, and the most exquisite birdlife.