Pretty awesome right? Perfect one might say. Imagine relaxing in the tub, smell of nature around you, glass of wine in hand. BLISS.
Back to the booking. We quickly received a reply via WhatsApp confirming which rooms were available and confirmation and invoice was sent through via email.
The road there
From Durban, taking the N2 North Bound, The Hatchery says on their website “Countdown the bridges on the N2 – we are halfway between bridge 8 and 9” from Durban.
Are you getting the vibe that they are a bit out there, a bit quirky, a few screws loose? We do too and we totally dig it! We’re obsessed with The Hatchery. The spot, the website, the people, e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. School girl scream!
P.S. The directions can also be found on the contact page which are well worth the read. You’re not going to get lost and, you’re definitely going to crack a smile.
We had just added the Suzuki Jimny to the family and decided to take it for it’s first highway trip which meant two separate cars. Even though Des Sol have kitted us out with some extra space with their Gen 4 Roof Racks ( Des Sol Gen 4 Roofrack ), fitting three adults and two children would have been a huge squish thus the Niece’s Mum and RM followed behind in convoy. The Jimny navigated the dirt roads like the perfect 4×4 machine it is and yes, so did the Mitsubishi ASK, and the polo that passed us, the Renault. Heck, you can pretty much get there on a Vespa. The only bit that may be tricky is just as you drive into the camp as there is a bit of a steep hill/climb but as I said, a polo made it so just take it slow and steady and you’re ready to have the best stay ever.
P.S. They also have a really cool Jimny so, extra bonus points for these chaps.
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