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  • Camping

    Aquacade Camp

    Near the border of Namibia, in the northern part of Namaqualand, lies Vioolsdrift. This once uninhibited area, did not have any means for people to get across the Orange River into Namibia, except for a lone “Nama” who travelers named Jan Viool. Jan Viool would guide travelers through the shallowest part of the river, named the “drift”, safely into Namibia. Hence the name Vioolsdrift. ...

  • Camping

    Fiddlers Creek Campsite

    Fiddlers Creek Campsite is situated in Vioolsdrift, on the Orange River in Namaqualand. Fiddlers Creek Campsite not only accommodates campers, but it is the Base Camp for the Bushwhacked Outdoor Adventure Company. The campsite, on the river front, has large grass banks and grassed camping sites. The scenic views over the Richtersveld mountain ranges, provides breathtaking sunsets and ...

  • Camping

    Marlon Resort

    If you’re a camping enthusiast, you’ll find that the Marlon Resort is an absolutely breathtaking camping facility with a wide variety of interesting activities for campers to enjoy. Situated between Port Shepstone and Hibberdene in KwaZulu Natal, the resort is only about 25 kilometers from Margate, so it is easily accessible. It is also located near the beach and offers camping sites, ...

  • Activities

    Camping

    Any big lover of the outdoors should try camping at least once during the course of his or her lifetime. The opportunity to live amongst nature and enjoy its many little intricacies is one of the best ways to gain a real understanding of the wild. Even if your wildlife experience is a little more luxurious than some would consider proper, the mere opportunity to be surrounded by all forms of ...

  • Hiking

    Hiking Trails

    South Africa is a land of diverse landscapes, varied climates and abundant flora and fauna. With so many natural wonders to be seen and vast wild terrain to explore, South Africa is certainly a hikers dream. Whether you are just starting out or have been an avid hiker for many years, South Africa offers an abundance of opportunities to suit all types. What better way could there be to become ...

  • Camping

    Weesgerus Holiday Resort

    Weesgerus Holiday Resort and Campsite is beautifully located in the Waterberg Mountains, just 3km from Modimolle (previously known as Nylstroom) in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Encircled by verdant bushveld and animal life, Weesgerus Holiday Resort is a wonderful escape from city life and is a fantastic vacation destination for the entire family. Add to the stunning environment a ...

  • Camping

    Baviaanskloof Uitspan

    A really great place to go camping in the Eastern Cape is the Baviaanskloof Uitspan Campsite, which is settled amongst the beautiful natural vegetation and tranquility of the Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve. South Africa’s Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area is situated roughly 120 km west of Port Elizabeth. It features about 270 000 hectares of absolutely breathtaking mountain terrain and the ...

  • Drakensberg

    Bergville

    If you’re travelling to the Northern Drakensberg you will no doubt venture through the small town of Bergville at some stage. Known as the ‘gateway to the Northern Drakensberg’, this small but scenic town is situated on the banks of the Tugela River – right in the shadow of the dramatic Drakensberg Mountains. The village was originally established in 1897 and it has since proved to be ...

  • St Francis Bay

    Waterworld

    The St Francis area is made up of a number of small hamlets situated along the coast not far from Jeffery’s Bay. The main hamlet, St Francis Bay, is well established and features a number of water-orientated experiences. In this way it can be likened to a sort of natural water-world, where you can enjoy calm canals, open rivers or the rough waters of the sea all in the space of one small ...

  • Hiking Trails

    Giants Cup Trail

    South Africa’s Giant Cup Trail takes you along the scenic foothills of the Drakensberg from Sani Pass, ending 59,3km later at Bushman’s Nek. All can enjoy the Giant Cup Trail, including children. Although some sections are steep within the Cobham and Garden Castle Reserves, any reasonably fit person can complete each section quite easily. Small patches of forest indigenous to the area can be ...