La Plume Guest House

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

P.O Box 1202, Oudtshoorn, 6620, South Africa
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 32% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Solo100
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Travel Tips for Oudtshoorn


by Jenniflower

This plant is typical of not only this area, but the entire region. It is cactus-like in looks, and has orangey red flowers when in bloom.

It is hardy and succulent, in a land where the toughest only often survive.

Having said that, this particular area of the Little Karoo is like a little oasis, where the earth is kinder on the vegetation.

These aloes pepper the hillside as one drives along... I really like them. Reminds me I am HOME :)

Cango Wildlife Ranch

by MikeAtSea

This is one of the Cheetah Breeding Centres of South Africa. Besides having the chance of climbing into the cage with a cheetah and supporting cheetah conservation in Southern Africa you can also see a lot of other African game and crocodiles here.
The Wildlife Ranch is open daily. Entrance to the cheetah cages is separately.

Visit the Cango Caves

by Alain_Smeets

The Cango Caves are worth exploring, you can do there several guided tours and you see lot's of wonderful things underground. For more information you can read my travelogue: The Cango Caves.

It's open 364 days in a year and only on Christmas day it's closed.

For more information and photos see my travelogue: The Cango Caves

Crocodile Farm and Cheetah Centre

by pmarshuk

On the road out of Oudtshorn towards the Cango Caves you pass what looks from the outside a fairly tatty entrance to a crocodile farm and cheetah conservation centre. In fact it's like a mini zoo with most attention being paid to cheetahs and crocodiles. You can pay extra to go into a cheetah compound to handle some cheetah cubs. When they get older they are taken out. A lot of research and breeding is done here to ensure the survival of this wonderful creature.

A pretty little Karoo town

by cleocat

We all know about the ostriches that made some people very rich in the beginning of the 1900's. Ostrich farmers were responsible for thedevelopment of this town. These days ostrich feathers might not be so much in demand anymore but ostrich meat has become a delicatessen.

But there are also the Cango caves, angora farming, the house of Langenhoven ..... A nice day trip from Knysna and George over the beautiful Outenikwa pass.


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 La Plume Guest House

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Address: P.O Box 1202, Oudtshoorn, 6620, South Africa