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Morukuru Beach Lodge


Accommodation options

Ocean View Suite
Max 2 Guests
1 double

from R 10000 / per person per night sharing

Ocean View Family Suite
Max 4 Guests
1 double, 2 single

from R 10000 / per room per night

Honeymoon Suite
Max 2 Guests
1 double

from R 10200 / per room per night

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About Morukuru Beach Lodge

Considered one of South Africa’s leading beach hotels, Morukuru Beach Lodge embodies exceptional service, setting, and overall experience. This luxurious lodge offers guests a secluded escape in the Cape Floral Kingdom, located in the Western Cape's De Hoop Nature Reserve. Surrounded by flourishing flora, fauna, and fynbos, it’s a nature-lovers paradise. With just two Family Suites, two Ocean View Suites, and a Honeymoon Suite, Morukuru Beach Lodge is an intimate escape.

Relax in the privacy and comfort of your suite or make the most of the lodge’s shared living areas, or book Morukuru Beach Lodge on an exclusive-use basis and enjoy all it has to offer without interruption. Some exciting features of the property include a firepit, an outdoor hot tub, a swimming pool, and a rooftop terrace ideal for watching the sun set over the ocean and a large expanse of white sand beach.

Morukuru Beach Lodge Setting

Managed by Cape Nature, De Hoop Nature Reserve stands as one of the most expansive natural domains under their care. This enchanting sanctuary holds immense appeal for hiking enthusiasts, cyclists, and those with a passion for birdwatching and of course, observing majestic whales. Encompassing a sprawling expanse of 34,000 hectares, De Hoop is conveniently located a mere three-hour drive away from Cape Town, nestled within the captivating region of the Overberg.

Guests are invited to join two shared guided activities daily or enjoy any of the self-guided activities at their leisure. Take part in marine and nature walks, snorkelling, sandboarding, or a nature drive. A short walk from the lodge is a seemingly endless stretch of pristine beach, perfect for lounging in the sun, taking a long walk, or whale watching from July to December. Morukuru Beach Lodge is an idyllic haven for nature lovers and those looking to embrace a near-off-grid, yet fully catered, experience.

If you are looking for an exclusive-use offering, you might like Morukuru Ocean House.

What's included

  • All meals, local soft drinks, juices, local house wines and local spirits
  • Private guided activities
  • Use of snorkeling equipment and mountain bikes
  • Laundry service
  • Entrance fee and reserve gate fee


How to get there

  • 0 hrs

    Cape Town International Airport

  • Morukuru Beach Lodge

    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

Frequently asked questions


  • Pure Bliss

    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 review

    D. Cassiem

  • Amazing Place

    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. review

    P. Nare

  • The best!

    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. review

    L. Oluwe

Morukuru Beach Lodge impact highlights

The Morukuru Family are committed custodians of De Hoop Nature Reserve and its Marine Protected Area. Not only is Ocean House exclusively powered by solar, but the Morukuru Goodwill Foundation has supported Cape Nature since 2010, as well as Ouplaas Primary, Elim House and Nuwerus Nasorg. Additionally, the Morukuru Family work to preserve the Cape Floral Kingdom’s fynbos and help rid the area of alien species.

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