About GaMamadi Guest Farm
"THE KAROO IS NOT AS MUCH A PLACE AS A FEELING, IT ENTERS THROUGH YOUR BLOODSTREAM - TAKING ITS TIME TO UNFOLD UNTIL ITS TIME TO LEAVE, THEN YOU REALISE ITS TAKEN A HOLD OF YOUR SOUL.."Guest Farm is located 19 km after Three Sisters towards Bloemfontein next to(800m from) the N1, and is a fully operational Merino sheep- and Mohair goat farm. Here you can relax, go hiking and mountain climbing or simply observe a variety of wildlife and birds. Enjoy your stay in one of the six units that was once a farmhouse built in 1943. Each unit has one main bedroom with open-plan living room and kitchen for self-catering if requested. Three of the units can sleep a family of six. Two of the units sleep four people and the last unit sleeps two people. A cool, refreshing swimming pool is also available after a long and hot summer's drive.Meals are available on request and a light Continental breakfast consisting out of dry breakfast cereals is served in the units included in the price with coffee&tea facilities,rusks. Dinner and a farm breakfast is served at the main homestead at extra cost. Your hosts, Danie and Annalise Marais, are always ready to welcome you with their warm and friendly Karoo hospitality.
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Things to do in and around Three Sisters
(77 km from Three Sisters)
Join the popular Sundowner Tour on a comfortable donkey cart and enjoy a spectacular Karoo sunset with a glass of champagne or orange juice and delicious Karoo nibbles. A local tour guide will entertain you with stories about Beaufort West and the...
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