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    Has anyone been?

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    http://www.umoyalodge.co.za/home.html

    We are looking at going to Umoya for the September school holidays.

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    Ping!!!

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    Yes I have been there for a weekend. Excellent camping ground especially if you have children. We personally found it a bit boring as it is only myself and the wife. There is a warm and cold pool, jumping castle slide into the pool a dam for catch and release (although very small). I prefer the bush with some wildlife. Facilities excellent with very clean and modern ablution facilities. We camped on #15 with private ablutions. Not all sites have shade but most are covered by grass (might even be all)
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    Thanks Tobie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobie4x4 View Post
    Yes I have been there for a weekend. Excellent camping ground especially if you have children. We personally found it a bit boring as it is only myself and the wife. There is a warm and cold pool, jumping castle slide into the pool a dam for catch and release (although very small). I prefer the bush with some wildlife. Facilities excellent with very clean and modern ablution facilities. We camped on #15 with private ablutions. Not all sites have shade but most are covered by grass (might even be all)
    We stopped in a looked at it. It's very neat and tidy with nice ablution facilities. I personally prefer a smaller place a little closer to nature. It's convenient to Warmbaths though and if you have children they would enjoy it. They also had a little petting area with farm animals which may amuse the children.

    There was a nice quiet campground at Silver Rocks also 4 star.

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    Yip, for us it is all about the two monkeys but I'll also give feedback when we come back.

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    The two monkeys will enjoy it!!!
    Last edited by Tobie4x4; 2013/07/26 at 06:36 PM.
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