Morukuru Beach Lodge is located in one of Africa’s most stunning coastal reserves, the De Hoop Nature Reserve, just south of Swellendam along the Garden Route in the Overberg region in South Africa. The Overberg has very beautiful small towns, a rapidly growing wine industry and delicious local dishes. The reserve has a 19 km vlei (wetland) , which is included on the Ramsar list of Wetlands of International Importance, founded by UNESCO. De Hoop Nature Reserve also has beautiful white sand dunes lapped by the Indian Ocean, limestone cliffs, rock pools and coastal fynbos. Their sister property Morukuru Ocean House is located approximately 1 km further east along the beach.
Activities at Morukuru Beach Lodge
Accommodation options at Morukuru Beach Lodge
How to get there
Cape Town International Airport
De Hoop Nature Reserve
Check in at Morukuru Beach Lodge
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Morukuru Beach Lodge
11:00 on day of departure
/ per person per night sharing
This Lodge is a 5 stars Premium, officially rated, and I understand why. Would not dream of a better stay. Everything is amazing: The environemnt, staffmembers, rooms,mthe food, activities, the attention we got, the details. It was a magicalexperience in a beautiful place.I'm very impressed.
Smooth drive to and fro The stay at the lodge was pure bliss, the game drive was informative, the food was absolutely divine (presentation and taste is of high quality). Compliments to the chef and staff at Morukuru Beach Lodge
This has to be the best lodge we have ever stayed at. Everything from the room to the food to the excursions were superb. The attention to detail, amazing! The fragrance around the hotel is what made this stay unforgettable. A special thank you to Nicholas and Blessing for the great service and to all the managers who were so friendly and accommodating.
Morukuru Beach Lodge impact highlights
Conservation and contributing to the development of local communities is key to Morukuru Family. Both Morukuru Ocean House and Morukuru Beach Lodge have been built in an environemntally frinedly way, operating fully off-grid, using a combination of solar power and pellet burners only for electricity and hot water supply. Over the years Morukuru Family have invested in nature conservation in De Hoop in numerous ways, including alien species removal employing staff from the local community, to protect and preserve the fragile fynbos eco-system.