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Bulshoek Dam, Clanwilliam,
Cederberg, Western Cape

PO Box 441, Clanwilliam, 8135

-32.001629, 18.779285

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    • Beautiful campsite! Ablutions are clean and neat. Will definitely come again.

      Sandra van der Walt
    • It was a very nice place, wonderful swimming area and amazing places to stay. You can camp if you like, but the rooms also have aircon (depending on the room you get maybe). The people at the front desk aren't really that useful, but at least you only need to deal with them when you arrive. But other than that it is a very wonderful place!

      William Frost
    • If you enjoy water, fishing and a starry night out this is the resort for you from a tent to house there is something for everyone i just spent the night but need a week to do some fishing and star gazing. Not to far from town and also not a to long of a drive from cape town this is really a great get away spot will be back sooner than later

      Michael Nell
    • We camped at Rondeberg Holiday Resort on June of 2015 on our way to Namibia.  We decided to leave Cape Town a day before the official commencement of the winter school holidays and camped here for three nights.  By staying at the resort, we missed most of the traffic of holiday makers heading for the Namibian border, and when we left, the roads were clear and the border post was relatively quiet. We were very fortunate to have secured one of the sites on the water's edge.  The site is large and is literally on the edge of the dam.  The children had a wonderful time splashing in the water and paddling on the kayaks.  The water was a bit on the cold side, seeing as it was winter, so we also did not make use of the swimming pool.  The kids also had a wonderful time exploring the play area.  We took a walk along the back of the resort and marveled at the beautiful views.  There was even some abandoned earth moving equipment and the kids had fun exploring the diggers, tractors and bulldozers.  The bird life at the resort is very abundant and we had many a morning visitor checking for crumbs from the previous night's supper.  We were also visited by a family of ducks, who decided that our site was just a perfect location to hang out for the morning. The owners of the resort were very approachable and accommodating. There was always a smile and a warm greeting when we entered the reception area or visited the shop. All in all, we had a wonderful time at the resort and have made lovely memories.  We camped here in winter and the resort was relatively quiet.  I can imagine that this resort can get very busy during high season.  It is definitely on my t-do list to return to this resort again.

    • Rondeberg (w131326) is one of the nicest resorts that we have ever visited. A bit pricey, but our private stand includes: A level, private, green lawned site, large enough for a huge caravan and double tent. A separate undercover parking for the towing vehicle. An enclosed area with fridge–freezer, serving counter, dishwashing facilities, power points, cupboards and built–in braai. Everything is spotless and well maintained. Emil Rietmann obviously runs a tight ship with strict discipline. One of the most beautiful settings in the Olifants River Valley on the shores of the Bulshoek Dam. We love the place and will be back as often as possible. Highly recommended.

      Chris Smit
    • We again spent 10 days at one of the private stands in this magnificent resort. There is absolutely everything that a fussy camper could wish for. Friendly but firm management ensures that good discipline is maintained 24/7. The beautiful Northern Cedarberg range remains one of the most spectacular in the country. Visitors should attempt the drive through Pakhuis pass past the grave of Louis Leipold and the Englisman's grave, Klipfonteinrant pass and Botterkloof pass. The road north of the Englishman’s grave is gravel, but in very good condition.We will be back as long as health permits. Highly recommended.

      Chris Smit