A typical resort vacation: sun, booze, women, beach, booze, golf, spa, booze, clubs, boo… eh, you get the point. And, you know, that’s cool and everything, but it is only natural to want for something different. So we figured this week we would show you something atypical. And it really doesn’t get more obscure and unique than the Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Wellness Retreat, located in the Cederberg Mountains in Western Cape, South Africa.

Bushman’s Kloof Wilderness Reserve is about a three-hour drive from one of South Africa’s biggest cities, Cape Town. That distance feels much longer, however, because once you’re inside the Reserve, you’re in the middle of the wilderness, isolated. The tiny resort only has about 16 rooms, but that doesn’t mean there is a lack of activities. You could go on a Sunset Nature Drive and see the nearly 200 different species of animals, hike on various trails, swim near waterfalls, try out some archery, or go look at the various types of rock art, with the resort having over 130 different art sites. It’s all outdoorsy ish—definitely niche and not for everyone.

Just because you’re out in the wild doesn’t mean you have to necessarily feel like it. There are various indoor and outdoor restaurants that serve a plethora of dishes, as well as a pretty nifty outdoor spa. Plus, a room will cost you a very civilized $500 bucks a day (sorry, nature ain’t free, buddy).

And finally, the resort is Malaria and predator free. So there’s a good chance that you won’t die if you vacation over here. You hear that Mexico and Jamaica? Suck it!