Glamping brings you closer to nature while (in this instance) enjoying the luxurious cave style 5* accommodation and dinning. Many people would love to be surrounded by nature but cannot stand the discomfort that comes with sleeping in a tent. Glamping then becomes the favoured option as It offers a unique luxurious experience.

Forum Homini is a very good hiding place when you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. In the morning all you hear are birds singing and some fresh uncontaminated air. An ideal place for couples seeking tranquillity and a romantic getaway.

Arriving at Forum Homini, you are welcomed with an amazing open air reception area. There is not much architectural work that can be seen from the outside, the magic is inside the rooms. They are very spacious and the interior designer took his time with them, creating a luxurious feel suitable for Kings and Queens. What took my breath away was the double indoor/ outdoor shower, giving you a marvellous feeling of having a shower in the wilderness. The feeling of the air caressing your body while the water slowly dripping from the head down is so liberating.

Forum Homini Boutique Hotel boasts its tantalising food selection, from a four course breakfast, to a six course dinner. It serves contemporary cuisine with a modern African twist complemented by selected wines from the well stocked wine cellar. The chef sure knows his story, the meals are to die for.

You never realise how busy and exhausting it is living in the city until you take some time out, relax, with little or no activities at all. Forum Homini is the place for you when you need a little break and can be found 6.2 miles from the Cradle of Humankind and Lanseria Airport is 18.6 miles away. It is set within a residential wildlife estate, only 8.1 miles outside of Muldersdrift.

 

4 thoughts on “Glamping at Forum Homini Boutique Hotel”

  1. I am nearly 70 years old & just love your travel stories, especially the Transkei 6 day hike! I’m also from Eastern Cape & have real appreciation of our magnificent, beautiful places & people! So wish I could do a hike like this, but don’t think that I could take the pace & difficult terrain of such a hike. Keep up with your travels & keep up your amazing blog!

    1. Thank you so much Maggie…Eastern Cape is one of the most beautiful Provinces we have in this country. I am forever grateful that I am from the Adventure Province.

      I am sure you can still take on a day/two hike. I have met people your age on the trails….😉😉😉

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