About Verbe Caravan Park
To enjoy the authentic Namaqualand experience which has so much to offer its guests in terms of the environment, Verbe Caravan Park is the ideal place for pure tranquillity.
Situated in Kramieskroon district, the heart of the flower country, Verbe makes for the best spot from which to explore the beautiful natural wonders of Namaqualand. The park is surrounded by mountains with Sneeukop in the north, Boesmankop in the west and Kardouw in the east. The famous Namaqua National Park is only 27 km from Kamieskroon.
The private park has 50 campsites, each with water and electricity. The spotless ablution facilities have hot and cold water and there are covered and open-air braai facilities.
Make this your home base while exploring the heartland of Namaqualand's famous flower world. Our farm accommodation reflects the old Namaqualand culture and is located between Garies and Springbok.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Kamieskroon
(11.6 km from Kamieskroon)
The grave of Charles James Darter, a sharpshooter born in Cape Town and part of the British Army. Darter was killed in an ambush in 1902. His grave is located just North of Kamieskroon on the N7, and is popularly referred to as the smallest piece of...
(45.4 km from Kamieskroon)
Padlopers, birds, butterflies and blomme Just 17km northwest of Kamieskroon is the Skilpad section of Namaqua National Park. Twitchers and butterfly afficionados love it and it's worth spending a few days here - even in ‘bad years’ the sandy plains...
(58.7 km from Kamieskroon)
Lying about 70 km north of Kamieskroon and 15 km southeast of Springbok, Goegap Nature Reserve is a fantastic place to kick off your flower trip. Bearing in mind that the best route to travel for a flower trip is north to south so that you see the...
(73.3 km from Kamieskroon)
Spitfire Rock is an excellent location to take interesting photographs. Spectacular “spits” and sprays can be seen as the sea blasts against this rock.