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Pachamama is located on the boundary of the Indigenous Knysna Forest, 45 minutes drive inland from Knysna.
Our Eco-Tourism program offers a unique opportunity for guests to experience a lifestyle associated with eco-friendly technologies – To participate in a simpler way of living, seeing first hand, the mechanics of a community driven project pioneering lifestyle and business models designed to support the health and resilience of the natural eco-systems in which we all depend upon.
We have several beautiful wooden, hand-built cabins, an open plan communal kitchen and dining area, a hall for yoga & meditation. Sustainable rainwater systems, composting toilets, fire heated showers, an organic food garden and a fire temple.
Camping (own tent) – R 100 per person, per day
Caravans, Trailers, Campers or Cars – R 100 per person, per day
Shared Cabin (2 single beds) – R150 per person, per day, plus R100 cleaning fee per booking.
Private Cabin (Single bed)– R250 per day, plus R100 cleaning fee per booking.
New Cabin (Double Bed) – R400 per day, plus R100 cleaning fee per booking.
There is no lighting/electricity in the cabins so bringing a flashlight is highly recommended. A power point is available in the communal kitchen for charging devices.
Forest Cabin Experience
Walking among tall trees along a short forest path, you find five wooden cabins. All cabins were built on the property and offer an immersive nest within the forest.
Cabins sleep two people and have comfortable single beds with shelves, bedding & extra blankets for the winter. Single or shared occupation is available.
Our new cabin is suited for couples, containing a double bed.
Staying in a cabin includes:
- Use of the communal kitchen, fire-heated outdoor showers and communal fireplaces.
- Use of outdoor compost toilets.
- The opportunity to participate in the different activities and offerings on the land (view calendar)
- Use of the Darshan hall for yoga and meditation when it is not booked for classes or gatherings. The Darshan hall has a fireplace.
The cabins are located close to trails through the indigenous fynbos and forests, on and around the land.