About Kuru-Kuru Guest House
Situated in the garden town of Kuruman in the beautiful Kalahari, Kuru-Kuru Guest House is known for it’s warm hospitality and excellent cuisine. Only 478km from central Johannesburg, Kuruman is known as the oasis of the Kalahari, with it’s natural fountain in the centre of town delivering around 20 million liters of crystal clear water daily. Commonly known as “The Eye” legend tells, that any who drink from it’s clear spring may never wish to leave Kuruman again. Robert Moffat, Scottish missionary, who translated the Bible into Tswana, lived here for 50 years. World-famous explorer, David Livingstone, lost his heart here to the daughter of the Reverend Moffat. On the main route between Gauteng and Namibia, and Cape Town via Upington, this area is an ideal stop over. Stay over with us en route to the Augrabies, Kgalagadi National Park, the Wild Flowers or come and stay for a week, a month and explore the Kalahari.
6 Tastefully decorated guest rooms Each includes the following: En suite bathrooms, Air-conditioning including heat in winter, Private entrances, Safe Parking , Coffee and Tea Making Facilities Braai / Barbeque Facilities on Premises Restaurant on Premises.
Breakfast is not included in the room rates but available at R50 per person and is full English Breakfast.
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Things to do in and around Kuruman
(49.1 km from Kuruman)
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