What to expect

The Northern Cape, South Africa’s largest province is a bio-diverse landscape. Whether you’re looking to visit the ocean, desert, or bush, The Northern Cape has something for everyone. It is home to the renowned Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one of the world’s largest conservation areas and one of the last truly unspoilt ecosystems on the planet – perfect for the wildlife enthusiast. This experience is tailored to travellers who would like a little luxury while taking in the natural beauty of the Kalahari. 

Enjoy delightful game drives to spot the endemic wildlife followed by sundowners on the dunes at Rooipan Guest Farm, visit the San bushmen at the !Khomani San Living Museum and learrn about their traditional ways of making ostrich egg shell beaded jewellery, bows and arrows and even watch these master trackers in action on a guided bush walk. Visit the friendly and furry meerkats at Kalahari Trails Nature Reserve & Meerkat Sanctuary and enjoy some traditional fare and Northern Cape hospitality at Aunt Koera se Kombuis.

Spend some quality time in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park enjoying game drives and luxury hospitality at !Xaus Lodge, which boastsa cozy lounge with a fireplace, a large observation deck to appreciate the star-filled night sky and wildlife crossing the salt pans, a swimming pool and a warm fire in the boma. 

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6 yrs +
2 - 8 people
5+ Days
Self Drive
From 25350 ZAR

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