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If you're looking for all the mod-cons, this place may not be the ideal choice for you. But if you're looking for a place with a great vibe, a place that makes you feel at home the second you walk in, with a relaxing and...More
We only stayed here for one night but were made to feel very welcome. As it was low season there were only a few people staying so we pretty much had the place to ourselves.
The place was very clean, there was a free breakfast...More
It's been an amazing stay in Storms River. Dijembe has a vibe that is more than special. The place, the staff, the animals, the food it is a total package we enjoyed so much. Brad, Helena, Cindy, Wade, James and all the others that made...More
5 friend & I stayed in Storm's River for one night. Arriving at Dijembe Backpackers, you immediately get the grasp of what kind of hostel it is: maybe not the most "clean" or "fashionable" hostel, but what an amazing atmosphere. Some walls are devoted as...More
so much personality here. a pet goat, flapjacks in the morning and beer bread at night. the staff is so interesting and crazy and fun, forget whoever you're traveling with and just hang out with them by the fire. and play the drums or didgeridoo....More
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Dijembe Backpackers Hostel Tsitsikamma National Park/Storms River
Does the plot opposite this hostel, which looks like a dumping ground, belong to Dijembe? Who lives in that shack and whose rubbish is dumped there?
29 December 2014|
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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