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We arrive late and set up camp for the night. the place is small for overnight before traveling to The Hoop for our 3 day stay with peaceful river .. The water very cool for the hot days. There is a lot to see in...More
We stayed here during the RTW - awesome experience - they set up our tents, hot showers - although constantly looking out for scorpions, spiders and snakes (I saw none). Flushing toilets. Amazing setting.
Our two night stay at the Rest Camp started poorly when we needed to travel considerable distances over quite corrugated roads in temperatures around 41 degrees. We arrived at the Camp and were told that we would not be able to continue our journey as...More
The cabins are bit older, but still very clean and well-equipped. The little veranda is very pleasant and to have a glass of wine there surrounded by water and green after weeks of Namibian desert was bliss! We came from Namibia and crossed the Orange...More
Whistle-stop into Richtersveld on the last night of our CPT - BOTS - NMB - CPT trip. The Sendelingsdrif pont over the Orange was the drawcard and the drive down from Sossusvlei goes some amazing scenery - dramatic and out of this world. The pont...More
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For future visitors: the shop is quite basic but has a big freezer that seemed to have many cuts of different meats in it. We didn´t buy any so I cannot comment on the quality. But everything you need for your BBQ/braai is... More
For future visitors: the shop is quite basic but has a big freezer that seemed to have many cuts of different meats in it. We didn´t buy any so I cannot comment on the quality. But everything you need for your BBQ/braai is there!
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"Some of the chalets have quite a lot of vegetation in front of them so you don´t actually see the river or..."