Things to do at Tomjachu Bush Retreat
At Tomjachu Bush Retreat, there is a long list of activities that can be enjoyed during your stay.
Catch Carp or look out through God's Window. Nature lovers can expand their wildlife experience by embarking on a hike, mountain bike trail, guided walk or bush drive through the endless plains where over 250 bird species can be spotted as well as the wildlife species that reside in the area. Fishermen can catch the experience of a lifetime as they grace the South Dam waters with their rods. Your time at the dam might be rewarded with a bite of Carp, Barble or Bass.
Picnics and barbeques/braais can be organized for your enjoyment on the banks of the dam or discover the Gordonís Poolsí magical waterfall. Bush dining is an essential part of your stay at the Lodge. With various unique dining atmospheres, your taste buds will remain satisfied throughout your stay. The Homestead is the lodgeís resident kitchen that uses local ingredients to prepare home-cooked meals served in a table setting.
The banks of the South Dam offer an alternative dining experience as it revels in the outdoor tranquility of a braai area and a shaded table. The spot is ideal for an afternoon picnic or braai. Picnics can also be enjoyed in the dreamy ambience created by the waterfall at Gordonís Pools. To experience the best of the bush, make a fire and braai some meat at the Lapa Bush Braai area. Located on granite boulders in full view of the perfection around it and with the sounds of wildlife, this spot is sure to exceed your expectations.
Visit the Crocodile Valley and have a picnic at The Lapa which is decorated with the remembrances of the Great Trek.
A communal TV room offers DSTV and a range of DVDs for guests wanting to escape from the reality of the bush. Free Wi-Fi is available to all guests on request.