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Camelthorn Accommodation
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From R400 pps

This is a self-catering establishment and no meals are provided, however there are rusks, tea and coffee in the rooms. Camelthorn provides spacious and luxury accommodation. Situated right next to th... More Info

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From R375 pps

Situated in a quiet suburb in tranquil surroundings, Azalea offers secure parking, en-suite comfortable rooms and a warm welcome. We are on the route to Cape town, West coast, Botswana, Namibia, richt... More Info

From R250 pps

Kalahari Hide provides all its guests with friendly hospitality, excellent location and access to the very best in local activities in Kuruman. We have several units available: A cottage with two bedr... More Info

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From R850 pps

Amaziah Guesthouse is situated in Kuruman, 540km from the Oliver Tambo Airport, in Johannesburg and 262km from Upington, along the popular N14 main route to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Augrabie... More Info

From R460 pps

Cunningham Cottage is your ideal accommodation when en route to Namibia, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namaqualand or on business to the local mining region. All rooms are spacious with air conditione... More Info

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From R375 pps

"Die Mynhuis Guesthouse" is situated in a quiet street in Kuruman, the oasis of the Kalahari. This guesthouse is known for its exceptional and friendly service. It is the ideal stopover when visiting ... More Info

From R320 pps

Situated in the garden town of Kuruman in the beautiful Kalahari, Kuru-Kuru Guest House is known for it's warm hospitality and excellent cuisine. Stay over with us en route to the Augrabies, Kgalagad... More Info

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From R590 pps

Kathumzi is situated on the Kalahari Golf and Hunting Estate. Kathu is the iron ore capital of the Northern Cape. It's name means "town under the trees" after the Camel Thorn forest it is situated in.... More Info

From R420 pps

Cornerstone is a lovely guest house in a tranquil suburban area, situated in Kuruman. Lying in the heart of the Kalahari, Kuruman is one of those special places endowed with incredible picturesque sce... More Info

From R402 pps

Oude Werf Lodge situated in Kuruman in the green Kalahari is the ideal setting to end your day and start a perfect and memorable stay. Come and sit in our A la Carte Restaurant for an unforgettabl... More Info

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Kalahari Reviews

It is a beautiful town.
Full of potholes, which annoyed me because I could not avoid it.

- Maggie Grootboom

Kathu has an nice range of restaurants and bars

- Jason Ehrlich

A very nice Wimpy with friendly and helpful people, but otherwise very dusty and lots of litter. The Kalahari Hide was an Oasis in the the Red Dusty Dessert.
- Glenda Vonarburg

We visited Kuruman expressly to experience "Die Oog" which we did and were suitably impressed.
- Colin Stretton

It is a much better place than I imagined. I found more restaurants than I would imagine a small town to have.
- Phephela Makgoke