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Verbe Caravan Park

20 Reviews
Sleeps 100 in 50 rooms

To enjoy the authentic Namaqualand experience which has so much to offer its guests in terms of the environment, Verbe Caravan Park is the...
To enjoy the authentic Namaqualand experience which has so much to offer its guests in terms of the environment, Verbe Caravan Park is the ideal place for pure tranquillity. Situated in Kramieskroon district, the heart of the flower country, Verbe makes for the best spot from which to explore the beautiful natural wonders of Namaqualand. The park is surrounded by mountains with Sneeukop in the north, Boesmankop in the west and Kardouw in the east. The famous Namaqua National Park is only 27 km from Kamieskroon. The private park has 50 campsites, each with water and electricity. The spotless ablution facilities have hot and cold water and there are covered and open-air braai facilities. Make this your home base while exploring the heartland of Namaqualand's famous flower world. Our farm accommodation reflects the old Namaqualand culture and is located between Garies and Springbok.
from R240

Diggies

3 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 20 rooms

Guests hoping for an enjoyable stay while in Kimberley will not be disappointed when choosing to stop over at Diggies. It offers...
Guests hoping for an enjoyable stay while in Kimberley will not be disappointed when choosing to stop over at Diggies. It offers comfortable accommodation to couples or groups visiting this gem of the Northern Cape. The lodge has 20 well-appointed guest rooms, of which all have en-suite bathrooms. All of the rooms have three-quarter or king-size beds and some rooms have sleeper couches. Amenities in each room include a TV with DStv access, a Ceiling FAN and Wi-Fi Internet access. Guests staying at this thatched-roof lodge will be entitled to one meal voucher which can be used at the on-site restaurant. Here, guests can enjoy delicious dishes and refreshing drinks from the bar.
from R700

Augrabies Backpackers

18 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

Augrabies Backpackers is the legendary base of a whole generation of river and desert adventure people. We offer guided half-day river...
Augrabies Backpackers is the legendary base of a whole generation of river and desert adventure people. We offer guided half-day river rafting trips on the Lower Orange River as well as hot air-balloon rides over the Kalahari Desert. Lounge in the shade, take a dip in the dam, and enjoy the seasonal organic fruit. One thing is certain, one night is never enough. Accommodation is offered in six rooms, sleeping up to 16 guests. Features include a bar on site and a dam to cool off in. Laundry services are also available for guests' convenience. We are situated just 10 km from the Augrabies Falls National Park, making it an excellent base from which to explore the area. Activities include various day hikes and walks as well as a portion directly alongside the middle gorge.
from R390

Belihante Lodge

4 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 8 rooms

Belihante Lodge is situated on a peaceful farm setting with beautiful vineyard views, about 12 km outside of Upington. This is the ideal...
Belihante Lodge is situated on a peaceful farm setting with beautiful vineyard views, about 12 km outside of Upington. This is the ideal stopover for guests travelling to Namibia, Augrabies Waterfall or the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. There are lovely self-catering chalets, en-suite guest rooms, and a family unit available. Each unit is equipped with air-conditioning, a TV with DStv access, Wi-Fi connection, a bar fridge, a microwave, extra blankets and towels, as well as braai facilities. Guests can relax in the garden, under shaded trees while listening to the birdlife. Children can also play on the spacious lawns with fencing around. Amenities on the farm include a swimming pool, a communal lapa with braai facilities, a fully equipped gym and a trampoline. Spa treatments can also be arranged on request.
from R450

The Dream Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 72 in 27 rooms

The Dream Lodge is situated in the heart of the Kalahari, in Kuruman. The lodge offers an array of accommodation, from double rooms to...
The Dream Lodge is situated in the heart of the Kalahari, in Kuruman. The lodge offers an array of accommodation, from double rooms to family rooms. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and feature television sets, air-conditioners, refrigerators, microwaves and clean bedding. Braai and parking facilities are also available to guests. Kuruman, gifted with striking scenery and unbelievable beauty, has some great attractions in and around the area, including The Eye of Kuruman, the Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape and the Tswalu Kalahari Reserve.
from R350

Safari Park

75 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 7 rooms

Safari Park is situated in Colesberg which is accessible from the N1. Accommodation consists of thatched chalets and safari tent houses....
Safari Park is situated in Colesberg which is accessible from the N1. Accommodation consists of thatched chalets and safari tent houses. The chalets have double beds with a bathroom which has a shower. They also have a TV and a fireplace. The luxury safari tent houses consists of one double bed and two single beds. The tents also have a kitchenette and a rock-built-on bathroom. Welcome to a farm-atmosphere.
from R560

Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering

2 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering is the ideal stopover for travellers on the N14, just 7 km outside...
Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering is the ideal stopover for travellers on the N14, just 7 km outside of Keimoes on the Kakamas National Road. Tkabies Camping is situated on the banks of the Orange River, amongst the vineyards on a raisin and wine farm. We offer four comfortable and shaded Campsites with grass and power points, taps as wells as clean ablution facilities with hot water. Braai facilities and firewood are available on request and the indigenous aloe gariepensis plant can be seen on the farm. There are a variety of lovely birds which frequent the area, including giant king fishers, melachites, woodpeckers and coppertail coucals. Guided tours can be arranged.
from R240

Kgalagadi-Lodge

33 Reviews
Sleeps 152 in 45 rooms

Kgalagadi-Lodge is located near to the South African entrance of Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park. The lodge offers six Standard Units...
Kgalagadi-Lodge is located near to the South African entrance of Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park. The lodge offers six Standard Units with twin beds and six Family Units with twin beds and a sleeper couch for two children. Each chalet features an en-suite bathroom, linen and towels, air-conditioning and a TV with DStv. There is also an outside kitchen as well as braai facilities on the patio so that guests are able to enjoy some outdoor living. Tea and coffee facilities are provided. In addition, there are 19 campsites on the property, each accommodating six people and featuring an electricity- and a water point. Some of the campsites have communal ablutions and others have private ablution facilities. Hot water showers are also available. The lodge offers a shop where guests can buy local meat products and freshly baked products, and is open an hour before and after the Twee Rivieren Gate times. Guests arriving late are able to order picnics that will be left in their room for arrival. A restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch for both guests and those driving into the park, and an ATM is available for guests' convenience. Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park is alive with abundant bird- and wild life, however guests require a 4x4 to make their way along the roads as they can be quite rough. Kgalagadi-Lodge offers day tours with their experienced guides. Alternatively for 4x4 enthusiasts, guests can be taken on an adventure tour with their own vehicles through the red sands of the Kalahari dunes.
from R300

Jakkalswater Gasteplaas

22 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 8 rooms

Jakkalswater is a beautiful guest farm located near Springbok. The farm is a new development located next to a golf course. Here you will...
Jakkalswater is a beautiful guest farm located near Springbok. The farm is a new development located next to a golf course. Here you will find a tranquil campsite along with five chalets among the wild flowers. The chalets are all comfortably furnished and bedding and towels are provided. The rooms are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities and minibars with soft drinks. A breakfast can be ordered from our menu. The camping and caravan sites are located at the main entrance and can accommodate both caravans and tents. At Jakkalswater we only make use of solar power and gas. Breakfast baskets are available to campers, as well as self-catering braai packs and firewood on request. Guests will need to ensure that food is kept locked away at all times as the baboons might come looking around for a snack. Feeding the animals is prohibited. Other farm animals can be viewed and fed. Activities and facilities include nature hikes, a children’s play area, a splash pool for children and a traditional farm dam for adults to cool off in.
from R650

Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park

34 Reviews
Sleeps 69 in 21 rooms

Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to...
Welcome to Onze Rust Guest House and Caravan Park in Colesberg an oasis in the Karoo halfway to everywhere. Come and enjoy a peaceful, safe, and quiet stay at our establishment. The guest house is situated in the upper town in Colesberg about one km from the N1 turn-off and the caravan park about 900 m from the N1 turn-off. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from the western horizon with the famous Coleskop visible from the caravan park and guest house, and a peaceful garden to relax in. Accommodation comprises two double rooms, three family rooms, and chalets in the new caravan park with shared ablution facilities. We serve breakfast, lunch, and supper, and also offer a licensed bar. Other facilities include indoor and outdoor barbecue facilities, lock-up parking, 24-hour service, and a night guard. We are a pet and wheelchair friendly.
from R180

Dundi Lodge Augrabies Falls

17 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Situated in close proximity to the renowned Augrabies Falls and in the heart of South Africa’s...
Situated in close proximity to the renowned Augrabies Falls and in the heart of South Africa’s largest export table-grape producing region, Dundi is a cool, quiet and convenient retreat for both leisure and corporate visitors to the region. Tranquil and spacious interiors open on to a central courtyard and pool area, while our popular restaurant is an ideal venue to entertain clients, celebrate with friends or simply enjoy a delicious meal with select wines at the end of a busy day. Stylish accommodation (11) is well-appointed and with guests needs carefully considered. The Dundi airstrip allows for the convenience of charter flights into the region; and our sister operation Kalahari Out ventures offer a range of river activities including rafting, fly fishing, nature paddles and overnight safaris, which can be booked. Also available (by arrangement) on our private game reserve is a three hour game drive on open game-viewers with professional guides to view some of Africa’s big game in a region known for its spectacular scenery. Dundi Lodge is also the perfect stop over en route to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park or flying enthusiasts on a fly-in safari. Our staff has a thorough knowledge of the area and will gladly assist you with bookings.
from R1390

Kroon Lodge

Sleeps 46 in 23 rooms

Kroon Lodge is situated in the heart of the Northern Cape’s flower route, in Kamieskroon. The lodge comprises of four self-catering units,...
Kroon Lodge is situated in the heart of the Northern Cape’s flower route, in Kamieskroon. The lodge comprises of four self-catering units, which feature en-suite bathrooms, basic kitchen amenities and braai facilities. There are also 12 campsites, which feature shaded fireplaces, power points and shared ablution blocks. The lodge is Eco and wheelchair friendly. Kamieskroon has many great attractions in and around the area, including the Goegap Nature Reserve, the Namaqua National Park and Flower Route, as well as the Richtersveld National Park.
from R180

Sterland Caravan Park

8 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 7 rooms

Campsites at the Sterland Caravan Park, located 1 km outside Sutherland, offer a typical farm atmosphere under the vast star-studded night...
Campsites at the Sterland Caravan Park, located 1 km outside Sutherland, offer a typical farm atmosphere under the vast star-studded night sky. Seven stands are available, with electricity and a clean ablution block. The stands are nicely laid between the Chinese poplars and Soutbos. The surface is gravel, and is ideal for camping. On the side of the premises is a Muisbos enclosure, two metres high, with a braai area in the centre with surrounding lights and a electrical plug. Each stand also has a separate braai drum. The ablution block has a scullery in the centre, with the ladies shower and toilet on the one side and gents on the other side. The ablution block is serviced every morning and washing lines are available. Wood can be obtained at the local shops in town.
from R200

Melton Wold Guest Farm

9 Reviews
Sleeps 89 in 31 rooms

Melton Wold Guest Farm was established in 1935 and is now the perfect destination for conferences, family gathering, birthdays, and...
Melton Wold Guest Farm was established in 1935 and is now the perfect destination for conferences, family gathering, birthdays, and weddings. The large farm house consists of single, double and family rooms and the main part of the farm dates back to 1889. All our rooms are equipped with fireplaces and/or wall mounted heaters and each bed also has an electric blanket. Relax in the comfortable lounge or attractive ladies' bar or enjoy a home-cooked meal. Features include a swimming pool, bowling green, tennis court, and a playground for the children. Children can watch the cows being milked and tame animals being fed, and pony rides are also available. Spend tranquil evenings at the outdoor boma not far from the guest house, where the magnificent sunsets and galaxy of stars can really be appreciated, while your hosts Willem, Ronel and their staff provide a scrumptious feast around a huge log fire. An airstrip is also available if you wish to fly in or arrangements can be made to meet you at Hutchinson station if you make the journey by train.
from R234

Daberas Guest Farm

Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

Daberas Guest Farm is located in the Lower Orange River Valley, also known as the lost valley of precious stones. The farm is extremely...
Daberas Guest Farm is located in the Lower Orange River Valley, also known as the lost valley of precious stones. The farm is extremely remote and rugged. Our campsite is only accessible with a 4X4. We offer a spacious campsite and a self-catering house for groups. The surrounding scenery consists of mountains, dry river beds, rock formations, sand dunes and quiver trees. Our 4x4 track is well known and has featured in several outdoor magazines and also as a TV documentary. Guided tours must be arranged at the time of the booking. Due to its remoteness, opportunities for solitude is offered but you could still be surprised by an encounter with large congregations of Namakwa and double-banded sandgrouse. Due to its rich biodiversity, two TV documentaries were produced here on location. We share the western boundary of the Augrabies Falls National Park and the land is due to be incorporated into the park to provide range expansion for rare species. Here you will find leopards, fish- and black eagles, falcons, reptiles and snakes.
from R460

Sweetfontein Boutique Farm Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 10 in 4 rooms

On a porch where the curves of rocks and mountains write ancient history, there you can be, there...
On a porch where the curves of rocks and mountains write ancient history, there you can be, there you can come, be quiet and at that still point, there the dance will be, there you can embrace the rhythm of the Sweetfontein Boutique Farm Lodge. Sweetfontein Boutique Farm Lodge is located in the upper Karoo region along the N10, 15km from Britstown and 35km from De Aar. This serenely situated farm lodge is a timeless beauty that is touched with a gracious and mystical charm, a spirit calling hearts to dream. Each room and living space speaks of the finest interior art and decorum and promises to be nothing short of the spacious simplicity to be found only in true elegance. The sweet and invigorating experiences that await will speak to the heart of every naturalist, connoisseur, traveler, holidaymaker and wildlife enthusiast. A Karoo experience synonymous with blissful and transforming tranquility. For the thrill and adventure seeking individuals there are a range of hiking and bike trails, an endless road where there is nowhere to go but everywhere. The sights include the weathered and tempered Karoo landscape, sketched with the greens and browns only to be found on the Sweetfontein canvas. A wide range of wild animals is roaming the Karoo veld; observe and enjoy the swirl of dust around the pounding hooves of sheep. For the souls seeking quietness and magic, the house is equipped with a cozy and warm fireplace in the living area; braai facilities are readily available outside. There is no better place to enjoy a sundowner than on the porch overlooking the farm, where the day’s end is burning the ruby light of the setting sun. This is a home away from home. Our friendly, helpful staff will take great care in catering for your needs, ensuring you a comfortable stay. There are four luxury suites, all with en-suite bathrooms. The rooms are all equipped with flat screen TV’s and DStv, air-conditioning, tea and coffee facilities as well as bathroom amenities. Our guests will enjoy free Wi-Fi. Sweetfontein Boutique Farm Lodge proud itself to serve authentic Karoo dishes, ranging from mutton tails, so-called “skaapstertjies”, to lamb shanks. We accommodate most dietary requirements, such as vegetarian needs, with ingredients that are readily available. Embark on a journey to a head full of blue skies, to there where the old moon crumbles up into stars and there where the air is charmed and thin. Sweetfontein Boutique Farm Lodge will magnify your emotions, here you will only take memories; here you will only leave footprints.
from R1310

Kleinplasie Camping Site

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Nestled deep within the rugged beauty of Calvinia, Kleinplasie Camping Site offers a memorable stay to families or groups visiting this...
Nestled deep within the rugged beauty of Calvinia, Kleinplasie Camping Site offers a memorable stay to families or groups visiting this scenic part of the Northern Cape. This leafy campsite can accommodate up to 20 guests. There are two ablution facilities available as well as an outside sink. There are also electricity points for added convenience. Guests can enjoy a delicious braai while appreciating lovely views of the surrounding area. Guests can spend their days exploring the property, or visiting the Oologskloofrivier. Guests could also go into the town of Calvinia itself and discover the shops and restaurants on offer. The farm also has a restaurant and tea garden serving delicious meals and offering true Karoo hospitality.
from R200

Kalahari River & Safari Company

6 Reviews
Sleeps 78 in 15 rooms

Affordable fun and memory making. All our accommodation is keeping within the Feel of the Rugged...
Affordable fun and memory making. All our accommodation is keeping within the Feel of the Rugged Kalahari. Our camp is a family orientated destination, endeavouring to make children, friends and family feel at home. With an eclectic mix of untouched terrain, maintained lawns, crackling camp fires and personal friendly service, you most certainly will begin to feel that you are now on Holiday! From great activities for young and old to splashing in the pool or simply lazing about under a large shading camel thorn tree watching the river flow by, you allow yourself to re connect with nature. Our style is simple and uncluttered with all accommodation options dotted along the river’s edge, the rustic exteriors enable one to reconnect and enjoy all that our tranquil setting has to offer.
from R350
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Kleinzee Spa and Rest Camp

Sleeps 93 in 20 rooms

Winter special   Situated in the charming town of Kleinzee, along the Diamond Coast, Kleinzee Spa and Rest Camp is...
Situated in the charming town of Kleinzee, along the Diamond Coast, Kleinzee Spa and Rest Camp is the ideal place to release the stress of city life. There are 15 campsites equipped with electricity and clean ablution areas with warm water. Guests are advised to bring their own tents as the camp offers a limited number of tents, three family tents and one small tent. There is a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a restaurant that serves breakfast, light meals, cold drinks, tea and coffee. There are also squash courts, a swimming pool, a children’s park and a spa. There are many activities in Kleinzee that will keep the boredom at bay, including fishing, viewing the Namaqualand flowers and a diamond dig at the spa.
from R200

Aquacade Camp

10 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 16 rooms

Aquacade Camp is located on the banks of the Orange River and is a haven to numerous bird species. The resort is situated in lovely...
Aquacade Camp is located on the banks of the Orange River and is a haven to numerous bird species. The resort is situated in lovely surroundings on a small lucerne farm in Vioolsdrift, 10 km from the border crossing to Namibia on the N7. We offer self-catering chalets, campsites and river rafting at affordable rates in a peaceful atmosphere filled with beautiful river views. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over the mountain ranges of the Richtersveld and silent, starry nights. You are assured of friendly service and great facilities with every effort made to ensure that our visitors have a pleasant and memorable experience. Activities like fishing, swimming and rafting makes it the ideal family getaway as well as a convenient stopover location on your way to or from Namibia. Our comfortable wooden chalets are fully equipped for self-catering, with en suite showers, a private braai area and air-conditioning. Each chalet can accommodate up to four persons and bedding is included. The kitchen area is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a microwave, an electric kettle, and cutlery and crockery. Tea and coffee are supplied with our compliments. Grassed caravan and camping sites are private and each feature a power point, light and a braai area. Each campsite has an under-cover camp kitchen with a table and benches and a sink with running water. Neat and clean ablutions blocks with hot water showers are close to all campsites. A rafting trip on the Great Orange River between Vioolsdrif and Fish River Canyon offers a truly magical adventure of breathtaking and unique scenery and exciting rapids. We invite you to experience this exciting yet peaceful adventure with us. We offer multi-day river rafting packages and our dedicated and qualified river guides assure every client of a safe, relaxed and fun filled experience whilst sharing their passion and knowledge of the local environment. Aquacade Camp offers the perfect getaway to unwind and relax with family and friends as well as for corporate groups.
from R160

Northern Cape South Africa

Northern Cape Camping/Caravanning Accommodation

The Northern Cape is South Africa's biggest and least densely populated province. Consisting mostly of Karoo semi-desert and Kalahari thirstland, it's all about wide open spaces, big skies and immense distances. But it's not all drab and dusty by any means. The Orange River, which flows through the province, is a long, luscious, linear oasis where the combination of generous irrigation and year-round sunshine produces succulently sweet grapes for the fashionable tables of the world as well as a significant crop for wine production. Dates, too, are grown in profusion in the warm sunshine. The Ai Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park consists mostly of a spectacular desert mountain range that straddles the Orange River, which is the border between the Northern Cape and Namibia. It's a hotspot of botanical diversity with an impressive array of flowering succulent plants. It's also an interesting cultural destination, where nomadic herders still tend their flocks of goats and live in their traditional matjieshuise, which are basically stone age tents - portable homes made from straw mats and a framework of sticks.

As well as the awesome botanical diversity and dramatic scenery, visitors to the Richtersveld are likely to see lots of birds and some small game. There are only three ways of seeing this austerely beautiful landscape. There is a four-by-four trail, which can be done either independently or escorted, a hiking trail only for the very fit and - the easiest of the lot - fantastically relaxing escorted multi-day canoeing and rafting trips on the Orange River. The Augrabies National Park, which is centred on the thundering Augrabies Falls and its spectacular granite gorge, has great birding, some small game and a fun hiking trail. Close by is the settlement of Riemvasmaak, which the original inhabitants regained in South Africa's first land restitution agreement. There is a four-by-four trail, warmsprings and some pretty self-catering cottages, all run by the Riemvasmaak community. A part of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park has also been the subject of a land restitution agreement and was returned to a band of San (or Bushmen) but with less success than Riemvasmaak. Nevertheless, it is an awesome game viewing destination straddling the border between the Northern Cape and Botswana.

The coast is sparsely populated - a few fishing villages here and there and some offshore diamond miners who dredge the ocean floor for the elusive gems that form the basis of the Northern Cape's economy. It was in Kimberley that the South African diamond industry first started. And the glittering baubles hidden under the austere surface of this somewhat Spartan and minimalist landscape are reflected in the mega bright stars sparkling in the crystal clear night air unpolluted by urban lightsources. The small town of Sutherland is the site of the Southern African Large Telescope, otherwise known as SALT. In spring the sere browns and ochres of the desert are transformed into an iridescent carpet of multi-coloured flowers as far as the eye can see. It's probably all the more spectacular for the contrast with its usually subdued palette. The main flower-viewing areas are around the towns of Nieuwoudtville, Garies, Kamieskroon and Springbok.

There are numerous cultural attractions. Many of the mission stations that were built in the Northern Cape over the centuries are practically unchanged. David Moffat's Kuruman Mission, where David Livingstone met his wife, the then Mary Moffat, still stands close to the town of the same name and the enormous freshwater spring, the Eye of Kuruman. There are museums aplenty, fabulous rock art sites and some lovely old buildings. So, yes. Although the Northern Cape is a huge expanse of semi-desert, there is so much to do and see. The many small towns each have their own attractions. Much as Kimberley only exists because of diamond mining, the relatively new town of Kathu exists only because of iron mining. You can tour the huge open cast mine where everything is significantly larger than life.

Even the trains that transport the ore are over two kilometres long. The small, and rather isolated, Karoo town of Victoria West has become a mecca for movie buffs with its art deco Apollo Theatre running regular film festivals. The unusual town of Orania, which is owned by the Afrikaner community that has settled there and tried to form an independent 'republic' within South Africa, is an indication of the level of tolerance that exists in South Africa. The small town of Jan Kempdorp is renowned as an excellent winch-launched paragliding venue with enormous thermals and the town Hotazel gives an indication of what the Kalahari can be like in summer.

Planning a trip to the Northern Cape? A useful and inspirational book to have on the road is the  Getaway Guide to the Karoo, Namaqualand & Kalahari - Out and About in the Northern Cape by Brent Naudé-Moseley & Steve Moseley, who are also the proprietors of Karoo Cottage in Loxton.

Karoo, Namaqualand and Kalahari represents not only some of the most remote areas in southern Africa, but also the most scenic and rustic on the subcontinent – a region framed by a stark beauty that provides an ideal getaway from well-trodden tourist paths. This fascinating guide provides a unique exploration of its hidden treasures, national parks and wildlife reserves. Find out where to go and what to see, sound advice on finding your way through the Karoo, Namaqualand and Kalahari as well as alphabetical accounts of all the towns, villages and stopovers, maps and the what, where and how of adventure activities.

Authors Steve Moseley & Brent Naudé-Moseley live in the Karoo where they’ve spent the past ten years writing and photographing this and neighbouring regions. During this time they have developed a great love and respect for its natural and historical heritage, people and culture - all of which have opened their eyes to a simpler lifestyle and different values. Their travel articles and images appear in local and international publications and, after years of travel and research, they have launched a unique photo library (www.karooimages.co.za) specialising in the Great Karoo, Kalahari and Namaqualand.

The Northern Cape is South Africa's biggest and least densely populated province. Consisting mostly of Karoo semi-desert and Kalahari thirstland, it's all about wide open spaces, big skies and immense distances. But it's not all drab and dusty by...

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