Morukuru Beach Lodge and Morukuru Ocean House are situated along the unspoilt coastline of the pristine De Hoop Nature Reserve – a mere three-hour drive from Cape Town, and ideally situated halfway between Cape Town and the Garden Route.
Considered to be the ultimate place in South Africa to see southern right whales, De Hoop Nature Reserve also offers towering white sand dunes lapped by the Indian Ocean, limestone cliffs, rock pools and coastal fynbos.
Both the house and lodge are built with the greatest sensitivity to the environment and, due to its remote location, are fully off the grid.
Morukuru Beach Lodge – a luxury boutique eco-lodge
Morukuru Beach Lodge consists of four luxury ocean-view suites and one honeymoon suite with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and the surrounding sand dunes. All meals and two guided activities daily are included in your stay, as well as a selection of soft drinks.
You can also look forward to lazy days lounging by the pool or enjoy sundowners on the first-floor roof-top terrace.
Guests can enjoy complimentary use of outdoor equipment like snorkels, masks, water shoes, wetsuits, mountain bikes, sand boards, ponchos, gumboots, beach umbrella, towels.
Morukuru Ocean House – exclusive-use villa
Morukuru Ocean House is the perfect destination for the entire family. On arrival, you will discover that the setting of the exclusive-use villa is the perfect place to rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
The house can accommodate eight adults and four children. The four suites all have their own en-suite bathrooms and glass doors overlooking the magnificent ocean.
You will be spoilt for choice: a sparkling pool, delicious food, lovely drinks served by your own personal butler, your own private kitchen with chef, open-plan lounge areas, dining areas, a garden with amazing views, romantic fireplaces and so much more.
Why not enjoy a delicious glass of chilled bubbles while taking in the magical view? Or curl up with a great book in a quiet corner. You can even get active by taking a mountain bike ride through the De Hoop Nature Reserve, setting off on a marine walk or go bird-watching.
There’s something for everyone at Morukuru – visit their website for more information or to book your stay.
Morukuru Beach Lodge was voted the number one resort in South Africa (8th in world) in the Condé Nast Traveller Readers Choice Awards 2020.
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