The unique Dome Rock Camp is situated next to a non-perennial dam and has "glass-walled" units that blend into the surrounding environment. These are situated amongst huge boulders which afford guests both privacy and the experience of being close to nature whilst still enjoying the home comforts of a bed and thick mattress.
Each unit is named after the tree next to which it was built:
- Huilboerboon (2 rooms sleeps 4 + 3 ),
- Red Ivory (3 rooms sleeps 2+3+2),
- Maroela (2 rooms sleeping 4 + 2) and
- Kiepersol (2 rooms sleeping 4 + 2).
- The entire camp can accommodate 26 people. Please note that some of the beds are bunk beds.
All accommodation units have a separate braai and washing up area and are equipped with braai grids, pots, pans, kettles, two-plate gas stoves and solar lanterns. Guests need to bring their own cooking and eating utensils. A communal fridge is a useful addition, however space is limited when the camp is full.
In keeping with the rest of the camp, the ablutions are unique (3 toilets and 3 showers). The separate showers are heated by an old-fashioned wood fired "donkey" and are surrounded by reeds, but open to the sky. The flush toilets are affectionately referred to as "loos with views".
The entire camp is linked by winding concrete walkways.