Reviews of Camp Fig Tree
Wildlife sightings and reviews
1 independent comments and wildlife information from our travellers who have visited Camp Fig Tree and kindly agreed to share their thoughts. They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa
"Camp Fig Tree review"
We did a walk with Saul our guide. interesting, he looked after us well and was a mine of info. Meals were fine and we felt like colonial settlers, prices were ever so reasonable
Things we noticed - their upkeep/maintenance is poor. The swimming pool is falling to bits on the outside, our loo door didn't shut and could easily have been fixed and the worst is the "unfiltered" water. No drinking water, the bath/shower/basin water us really DARK brown and very unpleasant to bathe in let alone wash light coloured clothes. A bath is literally dark brown and opaque.
They say this is unfiltered well water but aesthetically it is not nice. The electricity is turned off during the day so the pool water is full of debris as the skimmers cant work without power. So lovely place, but needs more £££ spent on it." See all these reviews: 18n in South Africa
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