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Beautiful area and worth a stop over. Travelling along the green Kalahari and stopping over to show my kids is absolutely worth it. The falls is approx. a one hour stop over unless you explore the park. Only negative is the attitude at the reception...More
We stayed for a night at the Augrabies Falls National Park. The check in was excellent. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The unit in which we stayed was neat, clean and very comfortable. The bathrooms were excellent. The falls itself are an amazing...More
We visited the Augrabies at the end of our holiday, after being in Kruger and the Kgalagadi. This park is wonderful for its gorgeous waterfall, water scenes and rock formations. We did see some animals (gemsbok, klipspringer, dassies etc) but it's all about the magnificent...More
Was not prepared for the awesomeness of Augrabies Falls. At reception is a nice little shop and restaurant. There is a few self catering units that one can utilize. The scenic routes was great to explore with well placed view points of the falls. Undortunatly...More
we are so glad we booked to stay inside the park as we arrived just before sunset and had to leave early for the Kgalagadi. There was still time to visit the falls and we were impressed by the extensive walkways to view this attraction...More
We undertook a day visit to this park during August 2018 and I was pleasantly surprised with its great scenery, well lain out camp and walkways and smooth drives. This park is well worth a visit and can't wait for a more extended stay! We...More
We visited the Augrabies Falls in August and we were amazed at how warm the weather for a winter month. It is definitely worth visiting the falls, although please note they cannot be compared to the grandeur of Victoria Falls or Niagara Falls. It is...More
For reasons unknown we have never been to this park. We've been close on many occasions - especially when we lived in Namibia over thirty years ago. But we were always rushing, simply spending the night in Upington, never bothering to drive the 125k or...More
For day visitors it is 07:00-18:00. The falls are obviously the main attraction, but you can take a game drive on the marked paths which I always enjoy. There are a few walking routes if you want to walk but take water with... More
For day visitors it is 07:00-18:00. The falls are obviously the main attraction, but you can take a game drive on the marked paths which I always enjoy. There are a few walking routes if you want to walk but take water with as the days are hot. Day visitors also have a picnic area with swimming pool available.
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I travelled JBG - Mokala and then onto Augrabies and loved it. The only problem is that I don't think you've got long enough to enjoy Mokala. I stayed for three nights and then moved onto Augrabies for just two nights... More
I travelled JBG - Mokala and then onto Augrabies and loved it. The only problem is that I don't think you've got long enough to enjoy Mokala. I stayed for three nights and then moved onto Augrabies for just two nights arriving late and leaving early, (so one good day there) and was happy with that. On the way back I travelled the N14 which was good but then since I was going to Kruger via the Phalaborwa gate, I diverted at Vryburg thru Mafeking and across to the N4, so can't comment on the rest of the trip. At Kimberly I stayed at Marrick Safari (12km west) which was basic but very enjoyable especially if you are interested in seeing Aardvarks.