Kalahari :

The Northern Cape - stark semi desert landscape, the lush Orange River Valley and the Augrabies Falls.

The locals call it the place of Great Noise and when in flood can become one of the largest falls in terms of water in the world.

It has beautiful viewpoints and is a scenic national park with exotic viewpoints such as Moon Rock, which offers dramatic views of the river.

The Kalahari is home to the Witsand Nature Reserve. If the sand is at the correct temperature, you may be lucky enough to hear the amazing sounds it creates. This coupled with dramatic different sand tones offers the visitor a truly unique Kalahari experience.

Also nearby is the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park which is one of the worlds largest ecosystems covering 3.7 million hectares and borders Botswana and Namibia. The Park has three rest camps and unfenced wilderness camps and habitation its makes it home to many gemsbok and lion.

The area is also famous for the San people who are natural hunters and live off this land. 

Also in the area is the city of Kimberley, renowned for its famous diamonds and where many deals were struck and most of the mining magnates of South Africa began their trade - and the Big Hole is still a testament to this.
Kimberley is over 100 years old has one of the oldest Shuls in South Africa  - with its marble finishes and exquisite gold dome this is a must see in this area.

Close to this area is the confluence of South Africas two largest rivers  - the Orange River and Vaal River. 

Whether you want to unwind or you are looking for a fast paced canoe trip down South Africas largest river come enjoy the tranquility and sheer beauty of this area.

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