Pafuri’s Baobab Hill Bush House. For the Independent. More Private Traveller.

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Pafuri Collection. – There’s one more accommodation option I’d like to introduce you to while we’re speaking about the Pafuri Collection.

Rob Hicks, one of the consultants working at the Pafuri Camp, took me to see the Baobab Hill Bush House and we climbed the koppie to the baobabs after which it is named, to get this lovely perspective.

Previously a reserve manager’s home, the property has been renovated and done up to accommodate a group of eight, with a local in-house chef available to assist at mealtimes. There is a small plunge pool and a lapa with braai facilities. The yard is fenced off, making it child friendly.

It’s beautifully equipped and styled and the wrap around verandah will offer a cool reprieve in the summer months. A very good option for the traveller, family or group of friends, who prefer more privacy and freedom whilst in the bush.

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From your Baobab Hill Bush House you can book a number of activities, including guided game drives, game walks and guided mountain-bike tours.

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Read about my Pafuri Walking Trail experience here.
Also take a look at the recently reopened Pafuri Camp.

To learn more about RETURNAfrica and the Pafuri Walking Trails visit their website and connect on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date.

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