Enjo Nature Farm in Cederberg
Guestfarm with self catering chalets, camping and B&B accommodation
- You will find Enjo Nature Farm far off the main tourist tracks in the wild and unspoiled Biedouw Valley of the Cederberg mountains. The valley is known for its magnificent wild flowers and incredible beautiful landscape. Enjoy the quiet beauty and millions of stars at night. Come out, make some stories and free your mind! AccommodationOn our farm you can stay in our romantic chalets next to the river enjoying privacy and great views at the Paardeberg mountain. Our chalets have a bathroom, a small kitchen, a indoor fire place and a braii area. They sleep up to 4 people. Our small but cosy cabin sleeps up to 3 people. It also has its own bathroom, indoor fireplace and an outside kitchen facility and braii area. Attached to the main farmhouse is our annex with en-suite bathroom, kitchen facility and braii area. Next to the river under the trees you will find our campsite. You will also find a small stone house with thatch roof which has a hot water shower inside and a toilet. All accommodation is normally self catering. Please call us ahead for breakfast or dinner on the farm. Bedding and towels are fully supplied.ActivitiesThere is a great hiking trail on the farm to the Enjo Amphietheatre, and to our spring which feeds our drinking water and a nice dam for swimming next to the farmhouse. You can choose between exploring the area by horse, mountain bike or motorbike. If you want to push your adrenalin a bit more, you can join us on a ride in our small plane through the rock formations of the Cederberg.Close by you will find the Wupperthal missionary village with its shoe factory well known for its handmade leather shoes and the rooibos tea factory and a soap factory as well as some hiking along gorgeous rock pools. You can spend your last energy on the Sevilla rock art trail with its rock paintings and caves or ride the Biedouw Valley 4x4 track close by. If that all sounds to active to you, just chill out by the river or at our spring fed dam on the farm and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. History of Enjo FarmBecause the farm has been a sheep and goat farm for almost 200 years we decided to continue this tradition and started farming with the wild sheep breed called Damara. Every sheep has its own looks and colours. Some examples you will find in our padding zoo for kids. We also started farming with a succulent plant called Hoodia. While the San bushmen used to eat that plant to survive in the desert it is now used as a appetite suppressant. The Hoodia is indigenous in the Biedouw Valley and we collect the seeds on our farm and make little seedlings in our nursery. You are welcome to take a look at these little plants.The main farm house still has its original cedar wood doors and yellow wood ceilings. The one meter thick walls out of stone and clay where made to last forever.