About Gecko Rock Private Nature Reserve
Gecko Rock Private Nature Reserve is situated just outside of Touws River.
The self-catering and camping establishment comprises of one cottage and three cabins. The cottage is fully equipped, sleeps two adults and two small children on mattresses, and the cabins sleep six people and consist of kitchens, patios with furniture, ablutions and braai areas. A swimming pool is also available to guests.
The mission at Gecko Rock is to offer visitors an unparalleled outdoor experience in the South African Karoo, one of the most unique natural areas in the world. The scope of activities on offer at this special place, where the emphasis is on preservation of the environment, is sure to hold an attraction for everyone. Activities include hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking and recreational shooting.
Wedding Venues: Gecko Rock a rustic Karoo wedding venue. This will be a wedding that will never be forgotten with landscapes and mountains as your backdrop.
Conference Venues: Gecko Rock Private Nature Reserve can accommodated 10 delegates in the venue, with use of a projector, a whiteboard and catering on request.
Family friendly: A family getaway venue with a difference. Various self catered options to choose from. Wide open landscapes surrounded with mountains, the best of both. Private and special spaces to simply BE.
Romantic: The ultimate romantic getaway. Wide open landscapes, surrounded by mountains, private and special spaces to BE connected. Facilities geared for comfort, luxury, self catered spaces that offer freedom, peace and connection. Outdoor activities.
Covid Safety Approved: Our property is prepared to FEDHASA guidelines. Our staff have been trained on COVID preparedness, including PPE, hand hygiene, social distancing and wearing masks, we also cleanse property with all mandatory disinfectants.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling