For adventure lovers, it’s only fair to say Bushman Rock Estate offers a range of accommodation to suit all pockets and numerous outdoor activities suchas canoeing, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, polo, animal feeding, fishing, spoor hunting and horse riding, rock climbing as well as winetasting. Apparently, the estate has the second oldest wine estate inZimbabwe and produces a range of wines for sale locally and abroad.
The farmhouse, built in 1912, is now a luxury house full of beautifulAfro-chic tri, furniture and homely touches, is reserved mainly forweddings and is booked until late 2012. There are three stylish,light, airy cottages named Gecko, Baobab and Polo that accommodate atotal of six people per cottage, which come at a remarkably reasonableprice of US$60 and US$75 per person for a double and single bed,respectively. The Bushman Rock offers breakfasts, brunches, lunches,afternoon snacks, sunset cocktails and dinners.