Camdeboo National Park is perfectly situated to provide visitors with insights into the Karoo’s unique landscape and eco-system and its awesome scenic beauty. The 19,405-hectare park practically surrounds Graaff-Reinet, lying level on the foothills of the Sneeuberg Mountain Range. Camdeboo provides caravaners and campers with an exciting holiday experience. Be adventurous and go 4x4ing.
Spend the day with the family at the 1,000 hectare capacity Nqweba Dam, a photographer’s delight at sunrise or sunset, and great for fishing and motorised watersport (permits required). Holiday programme for kids. No pets allowed (except within the Mountain Drive Recreation Zone). Area is home to buffalo and antelope (eland, blesbok, kudu, gemsbok and springbok), Cape mountain zebra as well as small predators such as caracal and bat-eared fox.
Nearest Town: Graaf Reinett
Take the N1 highway towards Beaufort West. Pass through the town of Beaufort West and then turn right onto the R61 to Aberdeen. At Aberdeen, take the N9, left towards Graaff-Reinet. Enger Graff-Reinet on College Street. Turn left at Old Dutch Reform Church, left into Caledon Street, right towards Murraysburg, straight to Valley of Desolation. Continue for 8 km on Murraysburg road towards entrance to Camdeboo National Park.
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