WIN a stay at AfriCamps with Becoming You’s Glamping through the Seasons!

This year has seen the Becoming you team of travel writers journey to FOUR of the most delightful AfriCamps glamping locations around South Africa.

We visited each one in a different season and were delighted by the array of exciting and enriching opportunities that each one offered our families.

 

Glamping at AfriCamps

We enjoyed lazy days of quality family time which started with delightful breakfast baskets and ended with relaxing soaks in their hot tubs watching the sunset over the mountains or rolling hills of forest.

We visited nearby attractions, such as bird and animal sanctuaries, working farms and wine farms. We enjoyed educational outings like hiking to caves with San art and wonderful horse-riding adventures. We lapped up nature from vineyards to forests, lagoons to mountain peaks. We also really loved exploring the small towns nearby each camp and discovering unexpected gems!

No AfriCamp is the same, but what does stay the same is their family-friendly attitude, excellent, hospitable service and the opportunities to reconnect as a family in nature.

The luxury glamping tents offer ‘easy-living’, free from clutter, the tents are clean and functional, and each one provides their occupants with simple, yet comfortable accommodation.

 

#GlampingThroughTheSeasons

In Summer we visited AfriCamps at Oakhurst in Wilderness

In Autumn we spent time at AfriCamps at Ingwe located in The Crags, Plettenberg Bay

During Winter we unwound at AfriCamps at Stanford Hills Estate near Stanford

In Spring we enjoyed the beauty of AfriCamps at Doolhof, Wellington

 

Here are a few photos from our glamping trips…

AfriCamps at Oakhurst in Wilderness

 

AfriCamps at Stanford Hills in Stanford

 

AfriCamps at Ingwe in Pletteberg Bay

 

AfriCamps at Doolhof in Wellington

Read more about our stays at the various AfriCamps locations here:

AfriCamps at Doolhof in Wellington

AfriCamps at Stanford Hills

AfriCamps at Ingwe, Plettenberg Bay

AfriCamps at Oakhurst, Wilderness

Once you’re read all our reviews take note of which camp would you would choose to visit with your family!

And don’t forget to visit the AfriCamps website to see more of their other camps located around South Africa.

WIN with AfriCamps and Becoming you

Yes, that’s right! You can WIN a glamping experience of your own!!

We are thrilled to be giving away a 2 night stay for 5 people at the AfriCamps of your choice in 2020 (from this selection)!

Win a weekend at one of these four camps by completing the form below and then commenting on this blog post telling us which AfriCamps location you would select should you win… and why! Share this post on social media for an extra entry!

    Max 2 entries per person

P.S. Please note by completing this form you allow AfriCamps Boutique Glamping and Becoming you to send you information about new promotions and competitions.

 

Good luck!

 

*Becoming you will select a winner at random. Prize may not be transferred and is subject to camp and date availability according to AfriCamps bookings. Prize voucher is valid from 12 January 2020 until 1 December 2020. 

Emma Reid
Emma Reid

Emma is a mom of three (8, 4 and 2 months). She is an educationalist and holds a Bachelor Degree in English, Media & Writing and Film. She is also a qualified Primary School Teacher. She has a keen interest in curriculum and content development especially for child related fields. Currently she spends her days as lead creative and Cape Town City Director for Adventure Clubs. In this role she plans and creates unique experiences for families with young children. With many years of teaching children, and advising parents, she is passionate about childhood development and education - of kids and parents. Her hobbies include photography, reading, travel and spending time in the outdoors with her family and relaxing either in or near the surf!

18 Comments
  1. I would choose Wellington as it is closest to me, as a single mom, I don’t get to afford holidays away with my kids, this would be such a welcome little surprise for them 🙂

  2. Stanford. Love quaint little places, they perfect for break aways and have been wanting to go to Stanford for awhile now, this would be a great reason to go 😊

  3. We have visited Africamps Stanford and Africamps Kam’Bati before and have been wanting to try Doolhof since it opened! It would be really fun to try the hot tubs as we haven’t had that experience at our previous stays. We haven’t been able to take a family holiday this year and this would be such a blessing!

  4. Got to be Dolhoff, such a special, hidden gem. Being able to go there with the family and get back to (kinda) basics sounds like heaven… plus the cell reception is minimal. Perfect to hide from the modern world and make some memories with those that matter the most.

  5. I would love to go to the Stanford Hills Africamps. It looks like it has something for everyone: Space, views, wine tasting, bike rides and it’s not too far from Cape Town!

  6. This is camping I could do! That hot tub looks so appealing. Like the idea of the Wellington camp as close to CT, and looks stunning!

  7. Super excited to visit Doolhof to experience the amazing hot tub, and the beautiful country and wine farms surrounding it

  8. Definitely Africamps wilderness. That Pic on the website of the cows totally sold me. How much closer to nature can you get than outdoors on a farm with cows. My girls would go crazy there and just love the open space.
    Fingers crossed

  9. Ooh what an incredible giveaway!! I’d love to stay at any of them – but oakhurst in wilderness feels like such a unique experience

  10. All of them look absolutely amazing, but if I had to choose, I would probably choose the Wellington Africamp. The hot tub looks amazing

  11. Wilderness Africamps is on my Wishlist!
    So keen to steal my brother & his kids away for a fun Winter break!
    Shared on Insta too 👍🏽

  12. What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to go to the AfriCamp Doohof Wellington because my family and I have never been there nor on an AfriCamp adventure and I loved your description of the hot tub! The forest sounds amazing too and it looks like the perfect location for a country breakaway.

  13. I would visit the Plettenberg Bay AfriCamp and invite a few friends along. Having such beautiful accommodation sorted would make a student getaway that much more feasible. I’ve always loved the Garden Route for its greenery and tranquility and would soak up the opportunity to take a few deep breaths in amongst its beauty.

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