In a hidden valley full of waterfalls and a river, this small, family-run, forest resort is so deep in the bush that you might almost believe you're camping—except you have the benefit of basic, eco-friendly facilities with balconies and hammocks. All cabins have panoramic views; at night, you very well may look up to the stars in awe and wonder how it all began. What makes the property even more unique are hosts Ron and Jean Viveralli, who have pumped agritourism up
a notch. Ron, a professionally trained chef, finds inspiration in the goats, chickens, fruits, and greenhouse produce that are cared for by Jean. He roasts his own coffee and makes his own goat cheese and tofu. This is a great place for active families or for couples looking for romance. But you'll definitely need a 4x4 because the roads leading here are bad. A two-night minimum stay is required.