Karoo Soul Travel Lodge & Cottages

Address: 170 Langenhoven Road, Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, 6625, South Africa | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 170 Langenhoven Road, Oudtshoorn, is near Cango Wildlife Ranch, Boschendal Manor & Winery, Highgate Ostrich Show Farm, and Cango Ostrich and Butterfly farm.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsKaroo Soul Travel Lodge & Cottages Oudtshoorn

          Reviewed by alecr

          very nice

          Reviewed Aug 21, 2013
          by (1 review) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

          Very nice backpackers, quite and charming place. Very very friendly lady and very willing to help.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by happydunk


          Reviewed Nov 28, 2010
          by (3 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Wonderful hostel womderful lady who runs it

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Karoo Soul Travel Lodge & Cottages Oudtshoorn

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Oudtshoorn

          Oudtshoorn stopover

          A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on May 21, 2012

          1 comment

          ... hadn’t found anywhere else on the trip. It didn’t really matter though as for us Oudtshoorn was mainly a stop-over before continuing onto Cape Town the following day. Before setting off we visited the Safari Ostrich Farm, spending a diverting hour in the company of a charismatic guide. We stood on eggs, sat on an Ostrich and watched an Ostrich race which is even more entertaining than it ...

          Cango Caves

          A travel blog entry by peskymonkey on Apr 15, 2011

          71 photos

          ... of a rather large American woman who was advised not to do the adventure tour as she was too large and maybe become stuck… I am sure you can guess the rest of the story…. The daft woman was stuck in the letter box part for 11 hours… those behind her were okay but those in front where stuck down there with her whilst rescuers used soap and water to lube the fat ...

          Cango Caves and Ostrich play!

          A travel blog entry by wherearetheynow on Jun 21, 2010

          3 photos

          ... Basically the normal was just walking through the caves, full height walking no crawling etc. the adventure on the other hand you had to crawl through the entrances to each cave the largest being on your hands an knees and the smallest being 25cm in height just smaller than a ruler!!! A year ago there would be no chance I wouldn't go for this but at the moment I'm weighing in at 12 and half stone the lightest I've ever been so it should be ...

          Oudtshoorn - Ostrich Capital of the World

          A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth on Jan 05, 2009

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... Street. Our room is spacious with ensuite. There is a pool which comes in handy as the weather is extremely hot, there's a slight danger I might get a tan. On the second day we took a tour to the Cango Caves and the Ostrich Farm. The caves are incredibly beautiful and vast. One large chamber actually hosted rock concerts throughout the 80's and 90's but were stopped in 1995 after visitors climbed the stalagmites and ...

          Playing With Your Bird in Public is Rude

          A travel blog entry by djchurch on Oct 29, 2007

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... forget that you make boas for a living. At one point, the guide led our group to a table where an expert waited to show us how to make a feather duster. It involved a stick, some feathers, wire, and a complicated hand driven machine. People actually clapped as he held up the finished duster. These are the kind of people who clap and coo when an infant takes a **** in their diaper. (Afterwards, for $15-20 you could buy a feather duster in the gift shop. Conversely ...