Ohana Retreat

About Ohana Retreat

Ohana Retreat is situated in Banghoek Private Nature Reserve, Piketberg, in the inland region of the West Coast in the Western Cape. Adorned …show more

Accommodation options at Ohana Retreat

  • Ohana House

    Min 1 guest - max 6 guests
    1 Private House

    This cosy, fully furnished retreat comprises of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The home features a well-equipped kitchen, an open-plan living area that leads out o…


    from R 3800 / per-accommodation-per-night

    R4500 High Season Rate

    Private Pool
    Private Pool
    Fully-equipped kitchen
    Fully-equipped kitchen
    Braai Area
    Braai Area
    Solar Power
    Solar Power

What's included

  • Accommodation


How to get there

  • 2 hrs

    Cape Town International Airport

  • Ohana Retreat

    Camp 43 Banghoek Private Game Reserve, Kapteinskloof, Aurora, 7325

  • Check in at Ohana Retreat

    14:00 on day of arrival

  • Check out at Ohana Retreat

    10:00 on day of departure

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need a 4x4 vehicle to get to the house?

  • Are pets allowed?

  • Are children welcome at Ohana?

R 3,800
/ per accommodation per night

R4500 High Season Rate

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  • Truly Exceptional

    Our experience at the tranquil Ohana retreat was truly exceptional. The setting was stunning, and the careful attention to detail throughout the house was truly remarkable.

    Conservio.com review

    K. Lorna

  • Stunning

    The house itself is beautiful, boasting stunning designs and thoughtful details. The hosts are amazing with their communication, ensuring that your every need is met.

    Conservio.com review

    Q. Andrews

Ohana Retreat impact highlights

Ohana Retreat, is nestled in the Banghoek Nature Reserve in Western Cape, South Africa. The reserve actively engages in conservation endeavors aimed at safeguarding the fragile ecosystems within its borders. With a deep commitment to preserving the natural ecology of their surroundings, the owners of Ohana Retreat have planted over 2000 indigenous trees, fostering biodiversity and providing vital habitats for local wildlife. Embracing renewable energy, Ohana Retreat is now fully powered by solar panels, minimizing their carbon footprint.

Ohana sustains its operations by utilizing a borehole for water from underground reserves. They exemplify responsible water management by using water from the dam to fill the splash pool, replenishing the water table with any overflow. This water also supports their first orchard and contributes to the thriving citrus farming valley surrounding the retreat. Ohana Retreat showcases how conscious choices can harmonize with nature, preserving the Western Cape's natural beauty.