Rocherpan Nature Reserve is a coastal nature reserve teeming with birds and colourful wildflowers. The reserve, which lies 25km north of Velddrif on the Cape West Coast, consists largely of a seasonal vlei that is usually dry between March and June. Rocherpan was established as a nature reserve (930 hectares in size) in 1966, and the adjacent section of the Atlantic Ocean was declared a marine reserve in 1988 (150 hectares in size).
Rocherpan currently has eight eco-cabins available to be booked for accommodation, with the four newest cabins having just opened.
Coot, Moorhen, Egret and Shoveler are the four new double bedroom cabins available at Rocherpan Nature Reserve.
Each cabin has a double bed, 2 single beds and a futon. Bedding and towels are provided. These cabins sleep a maximum of 5 adults or a family of six (6) given the two children are younger than 12 years of age.
Bathrooms: Yes, with a solar geyser, shower and waterless toilet
Kitchen: Gas stove, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans
Bedding, linen and towels: Yes
Fireplace: Closed combustion indoor fireplace and outside braai
Universal access: Yes
Pets welcome: No
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