About Op-die-Plaas Kamp
Op-die-Plaas Kamp is situated on a beautiful working farm named Sandrivier, surrounded by the Klein Swartberg Mountain on one side and the Elandsberg on the other. Due to the altitude, summer months are not that hot, however winter can be very cold. Our farm is located 8 km from the famous Seweweekspoort, allowing an amazing drive through unspoilt nature and over more than 20 river crossings on a well-maintained gravel road.There is no electricity in the campsite, and warm water is with gas geysers. Camp under the blue gum trees or find a spot on the grass at the dam. Remember to bring your fishing gear, as we allow catch and release fishing. Gamkapoort Dam is only 32 km away and is a trip worth making. Activities on our farm include milking the cows, driving with the farmer to check on the sheep and cattle in the field, or swimming in the farm dam to pass the time. We have several routes to explore by foot or mountain bike, as well as a 4x4 route for the more adventurous. The surrounding towns are Ladismith, Calitzdorp and Laingsburg, where you can experience the rich tourism culture, ostriches, wine, cheese-making, and even a flood route.
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Things to do in and around Seweweekspoort
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Almost directly opposite Zoar, a quaint little town founded in the early 1800s by the Berlin Mission, is a gravel road that leads to one of the Western Cape’s hidden treasures – Seweweekspoort. According to some, Seweweekspoort is named after a...
(5 km from Seweweekspoort)
The magnificent and majestic route down the Bosluiskloof Pass traverses from Seweweekspoort down to the Gamkapoort Dam. This is a scenic drive with breathtaking views and sights that are hard to forget. The route is about 25 kilometres long, and...
(18 km from Seweweekspoort)
Indigenous vegetation of the Little Karoo veld, as well as fauna like eland, springbok, duiker and steenbok can be seen on this beautiful walk. The circular trail is 12 km long and is rated as easy. Hikers must arrange for key collection at the...
(26 km from Seweweekspoort)
Bôjaankop 4x4 Trail has an amazing history dating back to the 1800s; sharecroppers would drag their bundles straight down the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains. The route follows the Gamka River and offers breathtaking views. The tail is...