Some things that would be good to keep in mind are: Shoes or boots for walking Sanctuary is in the middle of 50 acres of hilly rainforest and there are a couple of kilometres of walking trails through the forest to explore. The Sanctuary 4WD will pick up and return you and your luggage from […]
No. The carpark is located 600 metres away from the accommodation and Reception. On check-in and check-out we´ll transport you and your luggage in our 4WD to Reception and vice-versa. At other times, the forest walk will take you to and from your car. It takes about 10 minutes. If you require transport to or […]
There are lights in all the accommodation, but only the Canopy Cabins have power points. Guests housed in the Rainforest Huts are welcome use the power points in the Longhouse for recharging appliances.
The Rainforest Huts offer a close experience of nature. Built on stilts in the heart of the forest, with a boardwalk seating area, they are simple yet comfortable, with a bed(s), light, ceiling fan, screened walls and weather-proof curtains. These have shared showers and toilets in the Longhouse between 10 and 70 metres away. The […]
Sanctuary regrets that we are unable to accommodate children under the age of 11 due to the steep naturally occurring terrain and an unfenced swimming pool. Intending guests will gain the most from Sanctuary if they have a reasonable level of physical fitness.
Not really. For families with children over the age of 11, there are several options for your stay. We have a Twin and Double Rainforest Hut that are linked by an elevated boardwalk, which is very popular. Alternatively, a Deluxe Canopy Cabin with 3 single beds might suit or simply making your own combination of […]
Hairdryers are not provided though there are plenty of power points in the bathrooms if you want to bring your own. There is no television at Sanctuary (apart from the odd occasion of a World Cup and under some pretty serious duress) and generally guests appreciate the chance to unwind and get away from the […]
The cabins do not have baths or spas, but have lovely showers with big glass windows looking out onto the rainforest.
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