Perdekloof Campsite (Tankwa NP)

The Perdekloof Campsite was opened in early 2012 and is situated at the mouth of the Perdekloof gorge. The campsite is a stone's throw from the Hoenderhoek rivulet, a tributary of the Renoster River.

Each of the six stands have their own bathroom and kitchenette, side-to-side with only one other stand. Stands are nestled among the natural riverine vegetation with Karee (Sersea lancea), Sweet Thorn (Acacia karroo) and various Ganna species (Salsola spp.) predominating.
Six campsites, each with own bathroom and kitchenette
Bathroom - shower, basin, separate toilet with basin
Kitchen - no cooking facilities supplied
Braai facilities - no braai grid supplied
Gas geyser
Limited solar lighting
No electrical points
Access by high clearance 2x4/4x4
4x4 advisable in rainy seasons
Stand 1 and 5 best suited for roof-top tents