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Seweweekspoort Accommodation

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Seweweekspoort Accommodation

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Bosch Luys Kloof Private Natu...

5 Reviews
Sleeps 36 in 10 rooms

Set amidst stunning scenery near Seweweekspoort, Bosch Luys Kloof is a family-owned 14 000-hectare...
from R2560
per night for 2 guests

Op-die-Plaas Kamp

6 Reviews
Sleeps 150 in 25 rooms

Op-die-Plaas Kamp is situated on a beautiful working farm named Sandrivier, surrounded by the Klein Swartberg Mountain on one side and the...
from R250
per night for 2 guests

Uitsig Cottages

Sleeps 9 in 2 rooms

Uitsig is located between Ladismith and Calitzdorp in the Hoeko Valley. There are two cottages on the farm, each of which is very secluded,...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

Aristata Seweweekspoort

6 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

Aristata Seweweekspoort is situated in Seweweekspoort, in the Klein Swartberg Mountain Range, just off the scenic Route 62 between...
from R475
per night for 2 guests

Seweweekspoort Guest Farm

Sleeps 12 in 2 rooms

Seweweekspoort Guest Farm is situated on the working farm of Bezemfontein and is the ideal getaway to rejuvenate the mind, body and...
from R400
per night for 2 guests

Zandrivier Working Farm

3 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 3 rooms

Zandrivier Working Farm situated in the heart of the Karoo and is the highest farm in the Western Cape, only 65 km from Laingsburg and 50...
from R600
per night for 2 guests

Sandrivier Cottage

Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

Sandrivier Cottage is situated in the Koueveld area.The four bedroomed house, all rooms with two single beds, has a fully equipped kitchen...
from R700
per night for 2 guests
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    Seweweekspoort Reviews

    Unspoiled Beauty
    Seweweekspoort is unique in its unspoiled beauty. Apart from a reasonably well kept gravel road there is no human intervention. Take time to enjoy the majestic mountain views and formations.Being a passway to the Great Karoo since 1862, built as a wagon route shortly after Meiringspoort to the north, it is regaining its status as such, but now as a tourist attraction to South Africans as well as tourists from across the globe.Apart from its own special attraction it opens the door to the vast and less exploited Great Karoo to its north offering you a choice of two wonderful scenic drives. To...
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    Gerhard Rademeyer
    South Africa

    Almost directly opposite the turnoff to Amalienstein, is a road that heads into the Klein Swartberg to Seweweekspoort. It was used by early farmers to penetrate the Great Karoo. It is 17 km long and very rugged, the scenery wild and frequently the slopes or spurs of the mountain leave a narrow pass just broad enough for the stream to find a passage, while precipices of naked rock tower like walls of a natural bastion on both sides.There are various explanations as to the origin of the name Seweweeks-poort: ranging from the length of time it took a commando to take a band of highwaymen into...
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    Jonel Hunlun
    South Africa

    Seweweekspoort Accommodation

    If you are looking for Seweweekspoort holiday accommodation , SafariNow has a selection of Self-catering, Camping and Caravanning, Country House holiday accommodation in Seweweekspoort and surrounds. With 7 listings in Seweweekspoort, our handy Seweweekspoort map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect holiday accommodation for your Seweweekspoort visit.)

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