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Bethesda Tower

38 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Unique accommodation experienced in an enchanting tower at a vibrant arts centre in the Karoo village of Nieu Bethesda. The Bethesda Arts...
Unique accommodation experienced in an enchanting tower at a vibrant arts centre in the Karoo village of Nieu Bethesda. The Bethesda Arts Centre Tower is located two minutes' walk from the fascinating Owl House, surrounded by stunning mountains, under an amazing array of stars. See the artists at work making huge colourful wall hangings and lino-prints, or catch a performance at the outdoor theatre while enjoying a Karoo-style meal at our great restaurant. The Tower is a fairytale building three stories high.  On the top floor is a huge round bed, covered with a 'love quilt' made at the project.  The middle room has twin beds, so Bethesda Tower is ideal for a couple wanting a romantic night, or an adventurous family wanting a completely unique experience.  There are wonderful views of the surrounding hills from the Tower balcony, and at night you can sit and sip your wine under the stars in the round stone courtyard, in privacy and complete safety.  Delicious meals are served in the Arts Centre's restaurant-gallery, where you can browse the exquisite bags, cushion covers, wall hangings, and prints made at the centre, or chat to the artists while you wait for a fine meal prepared from local produce in the Tower kitchen. The Priory is named after the Priory in England where its stunning 1820 stained-glass windows came from. It sleeps a maximum of seven people, with the beds covered in quilts and the walls covered with artwork both made at the centre.  A beautiful stone courtyard with its own barbecue area offers privacy in a charming outdoor setting. Here you can gaze at the famous Bethesda night sky while you sip your wine. Nights spent in the centre's friendly and quirky accommodation will not only give you the chance to meet the local artists, but to know that you are supporting a worthwhile project that is changing people's lives.
from R350

Nguni Country Lodge

4 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 6 rooms

Nguni Country Lodge is a well-appointed, extremely comfortable new lodge in the karoo town of Middelburg. This brand new lodge has six...
Nguni Country Lodge is a well-appointed, extremely comfortable new lodge in the karoo town of Middelburg. This brand new lodge has six suites, all comfortable and have en-suite bathrooms. DStv, coffee and tea stations, and a fully stocked bar is available for guests to enjoy. The staff are friendly and experienced, and are ready to accommodate guests every need. Full breakfasts, lunches and dinners are available on request.
from R630

Obesa Lodge

6 Reviews
Sleeps 42 in 18 rooms

Arriving at Obesa Lodge is as if you are at the end of a rainbow. Each of Obesa’s accommodation units has been decorated according to...
Arriving at Obesa Lodge is as if you are at the end of a rainbow. Each of Obesa’s accommodation units has been decorated according to various themes that have captured your hosts’ imagination and creativity. She clearly has lots of fun furnishing and painting units with names like Bad Mama, Spring Breeze, La Med, Sundowner, Scented Summer and Ingwe. It is this sense of enjoyment that Sonja hopes will spread to her guests. Obesa Lodge caters to all; whether a large group, couples, a family or single tourist. Travellers can choose between self-catering and bed and breakfast. Breakfast is available at R65.00 per person. This cheerful complex is surrounded by beautiful gardens, complete with free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool, braai areas and safe off-street parking with remote controlled gates, creating a space inviting guests to relax and unwind.
from R410

Karoopark Guest House

30 Reviews
Sleeps 63 in 26 rooms

Karoopark Guest House is centrally situated near Graaff-Reinet's main attractions. En-suite rooms with air-conditioning are available in...
Karoopark Guest House is centrally situated near Graaff-Reinet's main attractions. En-suite rooms with air-conditioning are available in the Colonial Main House, as well as units situated in the garden. Accommodation varies from Family Units with interleading rooms to our luxury Honeymoon Suite. Karoopark Guest House offers secure parking, a swimming pool, full English breakfasts, an a la carte restaurant, a fully licensed bar and Internet facilities. Graaff-Reinet is the fourth-oldest town, boasting more than 200 national monuments. Guided tours to the Valley of Desolation and other main highlights such as the Camdeboo National Park and Agava Tequila Factory, are available from the guest house.
from R355

De Erf Manor Guest House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

De Erf Manor Guest House has a charming country feel, bringing out the glamour of the Karoo and the beauty of its natural gifts. It is the...
De Erf Manor Guest House has a charming country feel, bringing out the glamour of the Karoo and the beauty of its natural gifts. It is the perfect setting for long walks and currently offers luxury en-suite rooms with private entrances. Lianne and Fabian take pride in providing only the best in linen and antique furniture, and among other things, the rooms feature DStv, air-conditioning, large fans and mosquito nets. A fruit bowl and sherry also await guests upon arrival. In addition, almost anything is possible on request.
from R970

Pagel House B&B

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 4 rooms

Guests hoping for a tranquil getaway with warm Karoo-style hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Pagel House B&B. ...
Guests hoping for a tranquil getaway with warm Karoo-style hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Pagel House B&B. It is ideal for guests visiting the little town of Aberdeen in the Eastern Cape. This Victorian-style house has three lovely bedrooms, all offering comfortable beds and private bathrooms. The house has maintained many of its original features, including yellowwood floors, marble fireplaces and unique painted pressed-steel ceilings. All rooms have electric blankets on the beds and wall mounted heaters. The property also has a garden suite for families or groups. This suite has one double bed, one bunk bed and a private bathroom. The well-equipped kitchenette and braai facilities are ideal for all of your self-catering needs. Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast in the rustic dining area before exploring all that this charming town has to offer. Guests could also choose to stay at the property and relax in the lush garden while appreciating the variety of birdlife all around. End the evening off with a braai while appreciating a clear star-filled sky.
from R600

Wilgerfontein Private Game Farm

5 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

Wilgerontein Private Game Farm lies in the heart of the Karoo, situated along the banks of the...
Wilgerontein Private Game Farm lies in the heart of the Karoo, situated along the banks of the Great Fish River. We are just 165km from Port Elizabeth, 65km from Grahamstown , 50km from Bedford and Somerset-East and about 70km from the Addo Elephant National Park. Our accommodation consists of two self-catering cottages with exceptional views over the river. They are great for either a family or a couple.The cottages have one bedroom each, equipped with a double bed. The lounges have sleeper couches that can accommodate either two small children or a single adult. The cottages have an en-suite bathroom with a shower. They are equipped with full kitchens which are ideal for self-catering. There are also outdoor braai facilities available and we provide the fire wood. We also have a third self-catering unit which overlooks the dam and the most beautiful water-wise Karoo garden. This unit consists of a bed-sitter, bathroom with shower, a loft room with a double mattress which provides sleeping space for two young kids and a fully equipped kitchen.Bedding and bath towels are provided. Bring along extra swimming towels.Electric blankets are available during winter and fans for those hot Karoo summer evenings.All three accommodation facilities have wooden decks with outdoor furniture. The area is lush with riverine forests, Karoo bush and is home to 12 species of antelope. People from the city can come and enjoy the quiet, peace and tranquillity of the Karoo. Wilgerfontein absolutely abounds with game and is a perfect weekend get-away for the outdoor enthusiast as well as for a camera safari. There is abundant bird life as well as other interesting flora. Guests can also enjoy self-game drives, mountain bike biking, hiking and fishing. For the more adventurous, there is tubing down the Great Fish River. We provide the tubes.Game hunts can also be arranged on request. After an exhausting day you can just relax on the deck, sip cocktails, listen to the call of the fish eagle and enjoy the best views in the Karoo with the most amazing sunsets.We look forward to hearing from you.Please note the owners cannot accept responsibility for the state of the public gravel road to the farm.
from R650

Jesa Accomodation and Camping Grounds

3 Reviews
Sleeps 73 in 15 rooms

Jesa Accomodation and Camping Grounds offer a peaceful holiday destination, just a short drive...
Jesa Accomodation and Camping Grounds offer a peaceful holiday destination, just a short drive outside of Graaff-Reinet. The property offers a wide selection of self-catering units and a spacious camping for single travellers and groups. The self-catering units each offers comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms and well-equipped kitchens. Each unit has a cosy kitchen with a mini-stove, microwave, and dining table and TV. There are room only options for those guests just passing through; looking for a place to just sleep and hit the road again in the morning. The camping and caravan area offers private ablution facilities and electric points. Braai facilities and shaded lots are available. Only three kilometres outside of Graaff-Reinet; Jesa Accomodation and Camping Grounds offer you safe, secure parking and neat guest rooms at an affordable rate.

Zonnenstrahl Camping Ground

6 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 8 rooms

Situated on the outskirts of Nieu-Bethesda, in lush grounds with peaceful willow trees, the...
Situated on the outskirts of Nieu-Bethesda, in lush grounds with peaceful willow trees, the Zonnenstrahl Caravan Park is a fantastic choice if you are looking for affordable camping accommodation, in a quiet and relaxing environment. Comprising eight sites, each camp site has access to power points, water points and braai facilities. The communal ablutions have two separate toilets and two showers. The town of Nieu-Bethesda has been painted by tragedy, fertility and religion. More importantly it has a great sense of community and many historical sites. The famous Owl house is the town’s main attraction, and an important stop. Learn the sad, yet inspirational story of Helen Martins and experience the legacy she has left behind. Like all country towns, the town of Nieu-Bethesda has a lovely church, a police station, a small general dealer, craft shops, coffee shops, and the Sneeuberg Brewery and the Fossil Centre.
from R160

Stemar Self-catering Guest House

24 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 3 rooms

Situated in the historic and culture-rich town of Graaff-Reinet, Stemar Self-catering Guest House...
Situated in the historic and culture-rich town of Graaff-Reinet, Stemar Self-catering Guest House offers every visitor the same hospitality and acquaintance that was the foundation of this small Karoo town in 1786. Get back to nature, enjoy various adventure-filled activities, or just browse through all the museums that capture the history of our region and town. Stemar Self-catering Guest House was founded in 1997 as part of the growing tourism industry in Graaff-Reinet, the Gem of the Karoo. Catering for single tourists as well as families, we have been offering self-catering accommodation of the utmost standards to visitors from South Africa and abroad. The Tourism Grading Council of South Africa has awarded us with a 2 Star grading, meaning that we are able to cater to every need of our visitors while they enjoy the splendour of our lovely town. Whatever your reason for visiting us, we know that you will be back to visit us soon.
from R520

Asemskep Guest Farm / Gastehuis

2 Reviews
Sleeps 11 in 5 rooms

Asemskep offers peaceful accommodation in the Karoo, on a working farm with wide-open spaces and...
Asemskep offers peaceful accommodation in the Karoo, on a working farm with wide-open spaces and fresh air. There is a beautiful old farmhouse available, surrounded by lush vegetation. The large garden is ideal for kids to play in, with views over the fields and the mountains. The house consists of four bedrooms, two bathrooms of which one is en suite, a sun room, an open-plan living area with a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast counter, and indoor braai facilities. There is no cell phone reception or a TV in the house. Bird life is in abundance here, with a pond behind the house where they can be heard all day. Activities include mountain biking and walking trails. Guests can assist in shearing the sheep, depending on the time of year.
from R500

Kai-Kai Guesthouse

1 Review
Sleeps 16 in 6 rooms

Kai-Kai Guesthouse is an old country-style house situated on the main road in Steynsburg. Founded in 1872, the small Eastern Karoo town of...
Kai-Kai Guesthouse is an old country-style house situated on the main road in Steynsburg. Founded in 1872, the small Eastern Karoo town of Steynsburg lies deep within the Eastern Cape sheep farming territory. At Kai-Kai you can experience personalized country hospitality at its best. We offer six comfortable bedrooms, a restaurant, a fully licensed pub and secure parking. The guest house also has a central lounge area with a TV for all guests. The small town is nestled in a ring of mountains and hills, located on the intersection of the R56 and R390. This is the perfect place to do absolutely nothing and just relax.
from R750

Karoobos Lodge Guesthouse Farmstall

1 Review
Sleeps 28 in 12 rooms

Karoobos Lodge Guesthouse Farmstall is situated in the middle of town, halfway between Bloemfontein...
Karoobos Lodge Guesthouse Farmstall is situated in the middle of town, halfway between Bloemfontein and Port Elisabeth. We have a licensed pub and serve excellent Karoo meals on request. The guest house is self-catering and our rooms offer en-suite bathrooms with either baths or showers. We have DStv and all rooms are equipped with tea and coffee trays, toiletries and towels. There is safe parking and guests have use of the swimming pool. The farm stall is the main attraction and it is famous for our lamb, chicken and venison homemade pies. We are the best place to stop, drink coffee and have a Karoo meal. Sleep over and enjoy our Karoo warmth and hospitality.
from R500

Welvanpas Guest House

16 Reviews
Sleeps 95 in 19 rooms

Welvanpas Guest House is situated on a lovely farm within a 14 km drive of Middelburg. Guests are offered a choice of staying in one of six...
Welvanpas Guest House is situated on a lovely farm within a 14 km drive of Middelburg. Guests are offered a choice of staying in one of six en-suite rooms, two Self-catering Units or in one of the Caravan and Camping Sites. The Double Rooms are each furnished with a double bed. The Triple Room has one double bed and one single bed and the Family Rooms each offer a double bed and two single beds. These 5 rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers. The twin room has two single beds. It is not en-suite but has its own private bathroom with bath tub and shower. Some of the rooms are equipped with ceiling fans and heaters. TV can be watched in the communal lounge. The Self-catering Units are furnished with 4 single beds each and share bathroom facilities with the campsite. The kitchenette is equipped with a small two plate stove, fridge and microwave. Each Caravan and Camping Site is equipped with electricity and braai facilities are available. The sites share ablution facilities with the Self-catering Units. Guests can cool down and relax around the pool or go on day hikes on the farm; perfect for nature lovers or birders. For those looking to do some more exploring, one can take a drive to Middelburg which offers an abundance of exciting activities as well as unique cultural experiences. Stop at the Botshabelo Historical Village and craft markets or the traditional Ndebele Village. Enjoy game drives in the game reserves, hiking or a round of golf on the golf course.
from R220

Heather's B&B and Self-catering

3 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 3 rooms

Heather's B&B and Self-catering accommodation is located within walking distance of historical...
Heather's B&B and Self-catering accommodation is located within walking distance of historical Graaff-Reinet. Arrive as a stranger, depart as a friend and return as a regular. Barry and Heather Vorster welcome you at Heather's. We offer three comfortable units. Each unit is separate with their own private entrance. All bedding, towels and toiletries are supplied. During the winter months there is an electric under-blanket on all of the beds and a heater in the sitting room. We have two cots available for babies. All units are non-smoking with an ashtray at the back door of each unit. All units are fully equipped for self-catering purposes and are supplied with tea, coffee, milk, sugar and rusks for morning refreshments. Guests can either enjoy a self-catering or a bed and breakfast option. Breakfast is served in the dining room of the main house. There is plenty of off-street parking, a fenced-in swimming pool, a play area for children and a free-standing braai area for each unit. Graaff-Reinet, the fourth-oldest town in South Africa, is recognized as the home of magnificent examples of Cape Dutch architecture, and over 220 heritage sites. The past is preserved in four extraordinary museums which hold collections of photographic memorabilia, firearms, artworks and fossils, tracing the story of the Karoo.
from R650

Kingfisher Lodge

4 Reviews
Sleeps 21 in 8 rooms

Kingfisher Lodge is situated on the banks of the Sunday's River in a peaceful and quiet area of Graaff-Reinet. The town was established in...
Kingfisher Lodge is situated on the banks of the Sunday's River in a peaceful and quiet area of Graaff-Reinet. The town was established in 1786 and is the fourth-oldest town in South Africa. The surrounding farmland epitomizes the Karoo. The town has retained much of its architectural heritage and it is no wonder that it is known as the 'Gem of the Karoo'. Set in a beautifully maintained garden, against the backdrop of a variety of old trees which attract a variety of birds, there are seven luxury guest suites. Each suite is tastefully decorated in a distinctive style with antiques, brass beds and woollen and mohair carpets. All rooms are en-suite and some have both a shower and a bath. All rooms have private entrances and secure parking. The rooms are equipped with ceiling fans, desk fans, electric blankets and oil heaters to ensure the comfort of guests in all weather conditions. Tea and coffee facilities and TVs are provided in each suite. Décor in the main house features more antiques, woollen and Persian carpets and original paintings. Original doors, hand carved by Zanzibar slaves for Cecil John Rhodes' Estate, Groote Schuur, can be admired in the main house. The stained glass door of the dining room provides a gracious link between the main dining room and the drawing room with its yellowwood ceiling. The opulently appointed lounge is one of five living areas which include the sun porch, drawing room, enclosed patio and the lapa area near the swimming pool. Many national monuments and historical buildings can be found in and around Graaff-Reinet. These include the Dutch Reformed Church, Old Library, Hester Rupert Art Gallery, Reinet House, John Rupert Little Theatre, Old Residency, Urquart House, Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy, Powder Magazine, Drostdy and Stretch's Court, Cacti and Succulent Collection, Kalkkop Impact Crater, First Midland Hospital, St James Church, Union Monument, Town Hall and War Memorial, Cradock Street and the private dwellings.
from R1000

Lord's Guest Farm

7 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Rest in the seclusion of a rustic Eastern-Karoo farmstead nestled at the foot of a beautiful mountain range and overlooking the open Karoo...
Rest in the seclusion of a rustic Eastern-Karoo farmstead nestled at the foot of a beautiful mountain range and overlooking the open Karoo plains. Lesley and Michael Lord invite you to the tranquility of their farm in the Eastern Karoo. Leave your stress at the farm gate and allow the scenic beauty, rustic farmhouse, fresh air and open spaces to fill your soul with peace. The farm has no electricity but there is plenty hot water from wood-burning geysers. The lighting is solar powered and paraffin lamps and candles are provided. The farmhouse has a gas stove and a fridge for self-catering. The courtyard offers braai facilities and wood is supplied. The house sleeps up to 14 people and the farm is entirely private so guests have full use of the property. We offer a challenging 4x4 route, hiking, mountain and quad bike trails amidst magnificent mountain views. Together with these activities, the mountain splash pool, birdwatching and photography offer an outdoor experience which will delight you.
from R500

Lakeview Guest House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 7 rooms

Lakeview Guest House is a restful guest house with breathtaking views over the Garip Dam, and offers various accommodation options...
Lakeview Guest House is a restful guest house with breathtaking views over the Garip Dam, and offers various accommodation options including single, double or family rooms. The town of Oviston is perched at the edge of the Gariep Dam, within the Oviston Nature Reserve. This area offers peace and quiet, plenty of open spaces and beautiful blue skies. Oviston is the ideal location for guests looking for a quiet, chilled holiday and the views over the dam provide an incredible sense of peace. Accommodation is available on a bed and breakfast basis, or on a self-catering basis. Dinner can be provided on request.
from R900

Mautanrho Guest House

5 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 4 rooms

Steynsburg is a quiet little Karoo town with a huge heritage. It is nestled beneath a circle of mountains and it is the birthplace of Oom...
Steynsburg is a quiet little Karoo town with a huge heritage. It is nestled beneath a circle of mountains and it is the birthplace of Oom Paul Kruger and Marais Steyn, after whom the delightful old age home is named. The town has two museums of which one is dedicated to Paul Kruger. The guest house is an old five-bedroom Karoo-style home built in 1902. It has a large veranda on the front and side of the house where one may eat alfresco in the morning or evenings, or drink your sundowner as the sun slips gently behind the mountains that surround the house. There is a dry pub at the house so guests can bring their own liquor. The guest house consists of four rooms comprising two Family Rooms with two queen-size beds in each and two Single Rooms with one queen-size bed in each. Family Rooms are ideal for families to be together in the same room or two couples sharing. All rooms have satellite TVs, radios or CD players and comfortable chairs for relaxing in the evening. Guests may also sit comfortably in the communal lounge, TV room or on the lovely veranda. Tea or coffee is served at your room each morning and there are a variety of teas available. The TV lounge has a DVD player for cosy film evenings, and there is a selection of DVDs available at the house. There are also DVD players in each room allowing guests to watch in the privacy of their room. Unisex hairdressing facilities are on the premises and we provide safe and secure parking behind a locked barn gate. Small pets are welcome, but they are the responsibility of their owners.
from R550
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Celtis Country Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 13 rooms

New Year Special - Standard Rooms   Celtis Country Lodge is your affordable halfway stopover while travelling on the N9 or N10, with friendly staff and lovely 3 Star rated...
Celtis Country Lodge is your affordable halfway stopover while travelling on the N9 or N10, with friendly staff and lovely 3 Star rated units. The kids will enjoy the swimming pool, jungle gym and trampoline while you can relax and enjoy the peaceful garden and sitting around the fire.  All units are fully equipped for self-catering. There is secure parking with remote access for the gate and DStv in all units. We have lovely smaller units that are ideal for business travellers and couples, and two of our units are wheelchair friendly. Breakfasts, lunch packs and Karoo meals are available on request.
from R700

Karoo Heartland South Africa

Karoo Heartland  Accommodation
If you are in need of an escape that offers one of the biggest varieties of scenery, eco systems and landscapes, the Cape to Karoo route is a must. Starting from Cape Town central, make your way on the N1 highway to the Hugenote Tunnel, one of the most sophisticated mountain tunnels in the world. A minimal toll fee will be charged here. Once through the tunnel, the landscape will, seemingly miraculously, change from mostly flat winelands to incredible mountain ranges that will envelope you in blues, greys and purples.

The Hex River Valley, a conglomerate of wine farms framed by sharp, charcoal escarpments, is not to be hurried through - here you will find amazing farm stalls selling mainly produce from the area like jams, preserves, wines, fresh fruits and much more. The quality of these homemade products is something you won't find in the commercial centres of the Cape. The Stettyn Mountain Range, the Du Toitskloof mountains, the Slanghoek-, the Little Drakenstein-, Elandskloof and Limietberg mountain ranges are all found in the immediate area and adds to the picturesque setting an almost limitless space to explore.

The main commercial centre here is Worcester, a modern town that offers you convenience stores and popular restaurant franchises, making it easy to stop for supplies and refreshments. Worcester is far more than a commercial hub though. With buildings steeped in history, and a rich cultural heritage, you can certainly spend a day or two here.

If you stay on the N1, you will reach the beautifully quaint railroad town of Matjiesfontein, one of the hidden gems that must not be passed by. With historical facts that will boggle the mind, cosy little coffee shops and restaurants, a beautiful, secret garden and even an antique chapel that reminds of centuries gone by, you will find yourself wanting to stay for at least a night. For that there is the famous Lord Milner Hotel, a historical landmark in its own right.

If you turn left from the N1 onto the gravel road, instead of right towards Matjiesfontein, you will find, 100 km further, the now famous Karoo Town of Sutherland, home of the South African Large Telescope and the headquarters of the South African Astronomical Observatory. It is also known as the 'coldest town in South Africa', and earns this reputation especially during June and July. Be sure to try the quaint little Halley-Se-Kom-Eet coffee shop serving light meals and snacks, as well as the Sutherland Hotel that serves 'Nagmaalwyn' (sherry) in front of a roaring fire.

The N1 road winds along into what is seemingly literally 'nowhere', but don't be fooled. The mountain passes you can explore here are littered with stories that reminds of the Wild West abroad. With roads like The Smuggler's Route and The Diamond Way, you would find yourself having to carefully choose which interesting area you want to visit, risking ruining any form of itinerary.

Old Diamond Way is a route once used by treasure seekers who made their way to the diamond-rich Kimberley. Smuggler's Route can be found on the Seweweekspoort Pass; brandy smugglers avoided paying steep taxes by using this route, sometimes though, paying with their lives instead. Legendary ghosts apparently haunt this area, including the infamous toll-keeper who for years now has been 'seen' running up and down the road frantically trying to warn travellers of dangers ahead.

The 250 km section between Matjiesfontein and Beaufort West is a very tiring stretch of road, so make sure to stop in Laingsburg for a leg-stretch and refreshments. Just before Beaufort West, the N12 that leads towards George on the Garden Route meets the N1, and 80 km after Beaufort West you will reach the quaint little town of Three Sisters, a testament to Karoo beauty and tranquility. The road will briefly cross into the Northern Cape before crossing back into the Western Cape.

The Karoo is a truly magical place that does not have a replicant anywhere in the world. The landscapes are hauntingly simple, yet intriguing, the stillness and peace are unrivalled and the soul-warming hospitality of its people arguably unmatched. Equally magical is the road that leads you there...
If you are in need of an escape that offers one of the biggest varieties of scenery, eco systems and landscapes, the Cape to Karoo route is a must. Starting from Cape Town central, make your way on the N1 highway to the Hugenote Tunnel, one of the... Read more
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