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Okiep Country Hotel

20 Reviews
Sleeps 75 in 29 rooms

Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from...
Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from the Namibian border on the N7 in the heart of Namaqualand, the hotel is the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Windhoek. Malcolm and his friendly staff offer you traditional country hospitality in a modern and elegant setting in the historic town of Okiep, once the site of the richest copper mine in the world. Tours to the surrounding areas are also available on request. All rooms are en-suite, with air-conditioning and DStv. Okiep is the oldest mining town in South Africa, where copper was first discovered and mined in 1855. A railway line from Okiep to Port Nolloth was built in 1866 for the shipping of copper, and because there was not enough water for the steam engines, the Namaqualand Mule Train was pulled by mules until 1890. In 1918 the Okiep copper mines ceased operating and the place almost became a ghost town. In springtime, Okiep is - like the whole of Namaqualand - very rich in blossoming wild flowers.
from R1036

Kathu Inn

2 Reviews
Sleeps 222 in 111 rooms

Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each....
Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each. Kimberley is a mere three hour drive away. Each room contains either a double bed or twin single beds, an en-suite bathroom, a TV with DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities and is air-conditioning. Units are self service and well equipped. On-site parking is available. Outside we have braai facilities and a splash pool to cool down in. Come try our newly opened restaurant, or make use of our conference room, general manager will be happy to discuss your requirements.
from R850

Kenhardt Hotel

4 Reviews
Sleeps 40 in 16 rooms

Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality...
Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality and home-cooked meals, a stop at Kenhardt Hotel is beyond compare. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom, as well as a TV with local channels. The self-catering flat features a kitchenette with fridge and is ideal for a family, or for slightly longer stays. For hospitality and value for money like nowhere else, Kenhardt Hotel is the ideal location for you.
from R400

Calvinia Hotel

9 Reviews
Sleeps 94 in 28 rooms

The Calvinia Hotel is located in the centre of Calvinia and offers comfortable accommodation in 25 double rooms. The historic building has...
The Calvinia Hotel is located in the centre of Calvinia and offers comfortable accommodation in 25 double rooms. The historic building has a rich history. It has recently been renovated to offer guests all the modern facilities for a comfortable stay. The rooms are all well equipped with bedding and towels provided. Each room has a fan or air-conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities and a TV. The hotel has a swimming pool, beer garden and onsite restaurant and bar that is privately owned. There is secure parking. There is Wi-Fi in all the rooms. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Northern Cape at its best.
from R620

Van Zylsrus Hotel

10 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 8 rooms

Situated on the banks of the dry Kuruman River, Van Zylsrus Hotel was previously known as the Gemsbok Hotel but has been fully restored and...
Situated on the banks of the dry Kuruman River, Van Zylsrus Hotel was previously known as the Gemsbok Hotel but has been fully restored and offers guests a comfortable stay in this boutique hotel. Guests have a choice of staying in one of six en-suite rooms, a Family Room or the lovely Honeymoon Suite. Three of the en-suite rooms are furnished with double beds and have full bathrooms; and the other three have single beds and bathrooms with showers only. The Family Room is furnished with a double and two single beds, and also has an en-suite bathroom with a shower only. The Honeymoon Suite has a private garden with an outdoor heated shower and is furnished with a double bed. All the rooms are equipped with air-conditioners, TVs, hairdryers and tea and coffee facilities. Guests can enjoy their meals in the beautiful dining room or on the spacious patio where the arid Kalahari heat is tamed by several outdoor mist coolers. On those hot days, guests can also cool down around the swimming pool or sip a cocktail in the shallow water or at the bar. At night guests can enjoy good wine and a tasty braai around a crackling fire in the private boma under the stars. Weary travellers can also go for a massage from a qualified therapist to add to the relaxation. The hotel has a conference facility that caters for a minimum of 10 delegates and can double as a rendezvous for a team building weekend. The curio shop will also tempt guests to buy a reminder of their stay, which has been created by local Kalahari inhabitants.
from R1000

Hanover Lodge Hotel

16 Reviews
Sleeps 55 in 18 rooms

Experience the tranquillity and hospitality of the Karoo in this family run hotel. Hanover Lodge Hotel provides comfortable, quiet,...
Experience the tranquillity and hospitality of the Karoo in this family run hotel. Hanover Lodge Hotel provides comfortable, quiet, en-suite accommodation to rejuvenate body and soul. Enjoy tasty home-style meals and personal attention from management and staff. Refreshing drinks are served in the characterful fully licensed pub or on the shady stoop, an ideal spot to observe Karoo country town life. Cool off in the swimming pool or laze in the tree-filled hotel garden. In winter, the snug lounge with its supply of interesting books and games makes a relaxing spot to unwind. The Hanover Lodge Hotel is the only example of an Art Deco styled building in the town where the mostly typical Karoo-style architecture dating from the 1800's makes for an interesting stroll around the town - the Dutch Reformed Church is a particularly beautiful building. The hotel provides off-street parking, child and pet friendly, family, pensioner rates and 24-hour reception. Quoted rates are for bed only. Optional breakfast and/or a Karoo-style set dinner are served in our dining room on request.
from R740

Halfway House Hotel

18 Reviews
Sleeps 54 in 27 rooms

The Halfway House Hotel is situated in Kimberley, the capital of South Africa's Northern Cape Province and the diamond capital of the...
The Halfway House Hotel is situated in Kimberley, the capital of South Africa's Northern Cape Province and the diamond capital of the world. The Hotel was established in 1872, and situated on the Belgravia historic route, offers guests and tourists visiting the Diamond City a combination of style and comfort in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether for business or pleasure, this historic hotel is the perfect place to stay. Our restaurant, Annabell’s, is a pleasant surprise delivering great quality fare with all the trimmings. We strive to make dining out in Kimberley a pleasurable and memorable occasion. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available on request. The Halfway House Hotel offers elegantly decorated Standard, Deluxe or Luxury rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms equipped with a shower and claw-foot bath. The luxury rooms are grand and distinctively styled, and offer a separate lounge area which is luxuriously decorated with plush sofas and armchairs. Each room also features a TV with M-Net or DStv, and iron and ironing board, linen and towels. The hotel is surrounded by a golf estate, nature reserve and a game reserve. As well as a restaurant, the hotel has a bar where guests can enjoy cocktails as well as a lounge where you can relax. Secure off-street parking is available.
from R688

Merino Inn

44 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 8 rooms

Over the years Merino Inn has become known for its high standards, reliable facilities and friendly staff - everything the tired traveller...
Over the years Merino Inn has become known for its high standards, reliable facilities and friendly staff - everything the tired traveller requires. Stop over at the Merino Inn in Colesburg and continue your journey rejuvenated. Merino Inn is ideal for families with its large swimming pool and shady lawn. The neat and clean overnight facilities are fully equipped with bathrooms, TVs, air-conditioning and telephones. Guests can relax in our cosy lounge and the ladies bar and pool table will provide much-needed relaxation. The bar boasts an extensive collection of mature red wines to complement the great a la carte meals served in the pleasant, cool atmosphere of our restaurant. Try our tasty Karoo lamb and fresh vegetables, a signature dish enjoyed by all. Please note that the rates displayed are for two guests and additional guests will pay an additional amount; hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R720

Jan Kemp Hotel

8 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 9 rooms

Jan Kemp Hotel offers the ideal stopover for the tired business person as well as for anyone needing a peaceful overnight stay en route to...
Jan Kemp Hotel offers the ideal stopover for the tired business person as well as for anyone needing a peaceful overnight stay en route to the ever popular flowered landscapes of the West Coast or the game parks in Namibia. Your host Berta will introduce you to Northern Cape hospitality at its best. The hotel is situated in the small town of Jan Kemp Dorp, on the border of the North West and Northern Cape Provinces, just 40 km from the Free State border en route to Bloemfontein. Jan Kemp Hotel offers 18 bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom. Features at the hotel include a beautiful garden, swimming pool, barbecue facilities, and dining area. Secure parking is also offered on the premises.
from R550

River City Inn

Sleeps 58 in 29 rooms

Offering modern and comfortable facilities at affordable rates, River City is situated in the town centre making it the ideal stopover for...
Offering modern and comfortable facilities at affordable rates, River City is situated in the town centre making it the ideal stopover for visitors to our region. A full buffet breakfast is served daily and is included in the room rate together with Wi -Fi internet. Each of the hotels twin or double rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, TV, work desk, small fridge, electronic safe and an en-suite bathroom with shower. The reception desk is operated 24 hours 7 days a week with street parking directly outside the building. From here guests can visit the Augrabies National Park, Kalahari Museum or take in a beautiful sunset over the Orange River while cruising on Sakkie se Arkie.
from R900

Savoy Hotel

3 Reviews
Sleeps 103 in 45 rooms

Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived...
Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived through the diamond heydays, was re-built in 1901, and soon proved to be the best hotel in the city, as is still the case today. In 1921 the Savoy Hotel was again upgraded, and as reported in the Diamond Fields Advertiser on Friday, 6 May 1921, So vast are the improvements made that one is at a loss adequately to describe them. At the Savoy Hotel you will have a pampered stay with excellent cuisine and quality rooms. Kimberley is the provincial headquarters for the Northern Cape and is situated in the centre of South Africa. It is well-known worldwide for its diamond history, which the Big Hole illustrates. The hotel offers 45 Standard Rooms with en-suite bathrooms.
from R740

Scotia Inn

23 Reviews
Sleeps 44 in 22 rooms

We hope that Scotia Inn will provide you with all the charm of a little town and the relaxation of a seaside village. When the heat...
We hope that Scotia Inn will provide you with all the charm of a little town and the relaxation of a seaside village. When the heat becomes intolerable, the weather of Port Nolloth presents an enormous relief to many travellers. There are glorious sun-drenched days too, although the weather is usually moderate. All rooms are non-smoking and ships can be seen coming in and out of the harbour. We have a conference room service which can seat up to 30 delegates. We provide safe and secure parking on the premises and we are situated in town, so we are within walking distance of the shops and other amenities. We have a fully licenced sports bar and an à la carte restaurant which is open from 07h00 until 22h00 with a break between 15h00 and 18h00. We provide laundry and room service and there is also a club that opens on Fridays and Saturdays for your entertainment. The club has a VIP room for privacy. A hair and beauty salon, bottle store swimming pool and a bookshop can also be found on the premises.
from R710
Set within the heart of Upington, Orange River Hotel & Conference Centre CC offers bed and...
Set within the heart of Upington, Orange River Hotel & Conference Centre CC offers bed and breakfast accommodation to guests. As the name suggests, the hotel is located close to the Orange River in the Northern Cape. This hotel has 10 comfortably furnished guest rooms. Each en-suite room has a double bed and air-conditioning facilities. These rooms also have tea and coffee facilities, bar fridges and TVs with DStv access. Guests can start their day off with a delicious breakfast before exploring this little town. Business travellers will not be disappointed by the conference facilities, while holiday makers can enjoy a dip in the swimming pool before delighting in an evening braai.
from R800

Transkaroo Country Lodge

23 Reviews
Sleeps 86 in 19 rooms

Nestled deep in the heart of the Karoo, conveniently located along many of South Africa's national roads, lies an oasis of relaxation and...
Nestled deep in the heart of the Karoo, conveniently located along many of South Africa's national roads, lies an oasis of relaxation and tranquility. The Transkaroo Country Lodge welcomes you to the Karoo and would take immense pleasure in hosting you, whether it be a stop-over en-route to a major city or just a peaceful holiday you require. With just about a hundred years of heritage and history under the lodge's belt, you can be certain that at the Transkaroo Country Lodge, it's remarkably welcoming staff will do everything in their power to make your stay a unforgettable and relaxing one. The lodge also has a dedicated restaurant that is open from 7am to 9pm.
from R790
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Desert Palace Hotel & Casino Resort

1 Review
Sleeps 32 in 16 rooms

Weekend Special   Situated in the heart of the rugged beauty of the Kalahari, Desert Palace Hotel & Casino Resort...
Situated in the heart of the rugged beauty of the Kalahari, Desert Palace Hotel & Casino Resort offers a memorable experience for guests visiting Upington. The comfortable accommodation and state-of-the-art conference facilities makes this an ideal choice for both leisure and corporate travellers. The spacious hotel has 60 well-appointed guest rooms, of which all have comfortable beds and en-suite bathrooms. Each air-conditioned room also has a TV with DStv access, tea and coffee facilities, as well as Wi-Fi Internet access. All rooms also offer stunning views of the outside landscape. Guests can start their day off with a delicious breakfast before exploring the sprawling resort. Adults can try their luck at the casino, while the young and young at heart can spend some time at the arcade. Business travellers can also make use of the conference facilities for meetings and events. After a day of delight, guests can enjoy a scrumptious meal at the restaurant before taking an evening stroll through the gardens. The pool area invites guests to have a cooling dip before enjoying a cocktail from the tropical bar. This resort promises a relaxing atmosphere and efficient staff to ensure that guests have a great stay.
from R1440
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Kalahari Gateway Hotel

4 Reviews
Sleeps 94 in 42 rooms

senior citizens discounts   For the best in Kakamas hospitality choose Kalahari Gateway Hotel and Conference Centre, a lovely and modern hotel, where outstanding...
For the best in Kakamas hospitality choose Kalahari Gateway Hotel and Conference Centre, a lovely and modern hotel, where outstanding service is guaranteed. Experience the tranquility and seclusion from the hustle and bustle of city life at our hotel from which guests have easy access to all attractions in and around Kakamas. The Kalahari Gateway Hotel and Conference Centre is situated in the heart of the Northern Cape, approximately 35 km from the Augrabies Falls and conveniently en route to the Namaqualand with its spectacular spring flowers. The hotel features 27 elegant Standard Rooms, five Luxury Suites and six Self-catering Units. All contain air-conditioning, telephones, electronic safes, DStv, a desk for business guests, and ADSL wireless Internet access. A laundry service is also available. The hotel offers an exceptional on-site al la carte restaurant and our top-class chef will treat you to a wide selection of succulent meals whilst you sit back and relax in the lap of luxury. In addition, our conference centre will fulfil all your business needs or ensure an unforgettable wedding day. So whether you want to work, play or just relax, Kalahari Gateway Hotel and Conference Centre is the destination to choose.
from R720

Kimberley Anne Hotel

Sleeps 32 in 16 rooms

Kimberley Anne Hotel is a modern, boutique hotel situated in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. The Kimberley Anne experience starts with the...
Kimberley Anne Hotel is a modern, boutique hotel situated in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. The Kimberley Anne experience starts with the 16 luxury rooms, where you’ll get the best night’s sleep on your chosen type of pillow. The rooms are all equipped with en-suite bathrooms, DStv and Wi-Fi Internet access. Discover unique local flavours during an exclusive culinary experience from the restaurant, Copper Oryx, and savour the delicious creations of Stephanie Smith, Swiss trained Executive Chef. Kimberley has many great attractions, including the Benfontein Nature Reserve, the Diggers' Memorial and the famous Big Hole.

Protea Hotel Kimberley

4 Reviews
Sleeps 304 in 117 rooms

Welcome to the Protea Hotel Kimberley, a luxury 4 Star hotel built on the edge of the famous Kimberley Big Hole. The centrally situated...
Welcome to the Protea Hotel Kimberley, a luxury 4 Star hotel built on the edge of the famous Kimberley Big Hole. The centrally situated hotel forms the ideal base from which to enjoy and explore all that historical Kimberley has to offer including museums, war routes and most importantly, the Kimberley Big Hole and Mining Village. The 4 Star Protea Hotel Kimberley, with its 120 elegant rooms, offers a restaurant and bar as well as conference facilities seating up to 150 delegates. Guests can enjoy complimentary parking and 100 MB Wi-Fi. Relax and unwind after a fun filled sight-seeing day with a cocktail on the viewing deck overlooking the Big Hole, or cool off in our rather unique swimming pool. The hotel offers secure and modern accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere with friendly and professional staff to look after your every need.
from R1400
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Kimberley Club

25 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 20 rooms

Fly and Stay   The Kimberley Club, famous since 1881, is a Historical 4 star Boutique Hotel in the Kimberley CBD area. The Kimberley Club has a tradition...
The Kimberley Club, famous since 1881, is a Historical 4 star Boutique Hotel in the Kimberley CBD area. The Kimberley Club has a tradition all its own with stories not confined to its buildings - stories of its members and of unique associations. It's seen the comings and goings of some of the foremost personalities in the world - has entertained sovereigns, princes & princesses, Governors and high commissioners and has housed legendary figures whose vision and energy have pioneered new territories. Standard Rooms: These rooms offer a choice of twin or queen beds. The en-suite bathrooms are fitted with shower, basin and lavatory. Selected rooms feature baths. Writing desks and stationary are provided. Most Standard Rooms open onto a charming courtyard with cafè furniture and others onto a large balcony with comfortable armchairs. The Disabled Room is situated on the ground floor and provides for wheelchairs and shower facilities with custom designed handrails. Luxury Rooms: Our elegantly decorated luxury rooms have an understated old-world charm, complimented by modern luxury for the discerning traveler. These rooms, larger in size than the standard rooms, have more spacious lounge areas and en suite bathrooms with slipper baths and marble vanities. Executive Suites: For guests requiring more spacious accommodation, our uniquely decorated luxury suites offer a sense of tranquillity, space and comfort. These grand and distinctively styled suites offer separate lounge areas which are luxuriously decorated with dining rooms and plush sofas and armchairs. All suites feature newly renovated bathrooms with slipper baths. Selected suites have fireplaces.
from R1075

Road Lodge Kimberley

2 Reviews
Sleeps 227 in 90 rooms

This Kimberley hotel has 90 rooms and is adjacent to the Flamingo Casino and Entertainment Centre, which includes a 200 seater conference...
This Kimberley hotel has 90 rooms and is adjacent to the Flamingo Casino and Entertainment Centre, which includes a 200 seater conference centre. We are ideally located for travellers doing business or holidaymaking in the capital of the Northern Cape province. Boasting a gracious Victorian facade, the hotel blends in with its bygone day surroundings and is just minutes away from everything that Kimberley has to offer.
from R445

Northern Cape South Africa

Northern Cape Hotel 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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