About Kalahari Water
Kalahari Water offers an exciting world full of surprising contrasts where the unapproachable desert meets the richness of the Orange River oasis. It is a privately owned eco-adventure tourism development which lies in the middle of a wine farm 4 km off Keimoes, on an island paradise along the Orange River.
We offer a range of accommodation types to suit all guests. First on offer are the 11 fully equipped self-catering units, which sleep from two to four people. For the nature lovers, there is the Bush Camp with four reed and canvas huts alongside the Orange River. These units have no electricity or warm water. The Caravan and camping Park offers sites along the Orange River with options that include and exclude electricity.
A large lapa is also available for functions and events and it can accommodate more than 20 people. Kalahari Water offers plenty of different activities such as canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, angling and birdwatching.
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