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Augrabies National Park

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The Falls: As the Orange River approaches Augrabies Falls it divides itself into numerous channels before cascading down the 56 meter high waterfall.

Moon Rock: A massive exfoliation dome or “whaleback” which is a prominent landmark of Augrabies Falls. Walking to the summit will give you some of the best views of the park and its surroundings.

Swart Rante: These foreboding black hills are another distinct landmark in Augrabies Oranjekom & Ararat: These viewpoints give visitors the best opportunity to observe the massive gorge area as well as the wildlife that inhabits it.

Echo Corner: The furthest view point from the Rest Camp – the road to Echo Corner takes you through some of the park’s most stunning scenery. As the name implies, a long-lasting echo can be produced.

Nearest Town: Kakamas/ Upington

Directions
Augrabies Falls is easily accessed from Upington, as it is only 120km south of the town along tarred roads. Travelling from Upington on the N14 (that runs between Upington and Springbok) turn right just after Kakamas. From here it’s 28km further to the Park gate and another 3km to Reception and the rest camp.

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