1What to Expect
As The Logan Camp is located at an altitude of about 2500m, some guests may feel a little light-headed at first but they will start enjoying the cool mountain breeze and aroma of tea leaves and eucalyptus forests right away. The excursions vary in altitude and difficulty and the guides will advise guests on the best order to do them, making the most of their stay without putting them at any discomforts.
2Weather and Seasons
Any months, other than the rainy months (July, August,) is a good month to stay at the Logan Camp as the weather is cool and year-round. Night temperature may fall to below 5 degrees in some days in December and January.
December-February (Winter ): 3°C to 25 °C
March-June: 15°C to 32 °C
June-September ( Rain ): 10 to 25 °C
September-December ( cool ): 11°C to 30 °C
3What to Bring
As temperatures in the camp can fluctuate, dressing in layers is recommended. Dress code is smart casual for dinner and casual at all other times. Please note that on the high-altitude excursions, temperatures can be extremely cold, and you will need a warm jacket, gloves, and a hat.
4Recommended Packing list
  • Walking or hiking shoes
  • Shorts
  • Sunblock, sun hat, and sunglasses
  • Warm pants
  • Sweater or fleece
  • Windbreaker
  • Gloves and hat
  • Day pack
  • Binoculars
5Traveling with Family
The logan camp is a great place for families, specially the Logans Bungalows with 4 beds and kitchenette with an exclusive large garden make an ideal playground for your children. These family cottages are good for 4-6 guests and when in need cribs and cots are available for babies and smaller children. We can customise excursions designed for younger children from the age 10.