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I booked a room with private bathroom: the toilet was 4 feet away from the bed, and only covered by a curtain. No water in the shower, so I had to try to have a shower in the shared bathroom: very little water, and it...More
I stayed at Dijembes for 2 weeks, if I can say one thing is that this place is like no other.
If you like nature, animals, authentic places, making friends and not fancy hostels this is your place.
You just have to come with an...More
This is definitely my best hostel experience so far. Dijembe is such an amazing place with super hippie vibes that I enjoyed a lot. James at the reception is surely one of the most important elements that create the whole environment. If you are dropping...More
Probably one of the funnest places to stay in South Africa if you're okay with a place that is quite unorganized and dirty. Staff are a bit all over the place, but they are friendly and you are greeted upon arrival with a smile and...More
I stayed at Dijembe for two nights during my travels and totally loved it !
James who is running the place is a great guy, taking care of everything and making everything work out for you, though you might have to remind him a few...More
Leah the Shack is on a Khoisan historical ruin kept without roof or walls in front with a naturally collapsed tree over it . Awesome to keep old stuff original. Stuff being cleared from top of bushy section was brought down... More
Leah the Shack is on a Khoisan historical ruin kept without roof or walls in front with a naturally collapsed tree over it . Awesome to keep old stuff original. Stuff being cleared from top of bushy section was brought down to street for removal . Ja locals have unfortunately been illegally dumping on the plot at the hidden n bushy part.Thanks