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Daisy Country Lodge
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From R466 pps


With magnificent views overlooking the koppies and valleys, daisy country lodge is truly an oasis in this semi desert area. We are situated 4km outside of springbok, Namaqualand on a small farm. Nam... More Info

Orange River Rafting Lodge
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From R80 pps


Orange River Rafting Lodge is located on the banks of the Orange River, haven to numerous bird species. The resort is situated in lovely surroundings, 10km from the cross border to Namibia on the N7, ... More Info

From R700* unit


Dis Al! Akkommodasie offers four cottages in a beach holiday atmosphere in McDougalls Bay, Port Nolloth. The cottages, Droom, Ruskans, Wegbreek and Ontspan, have unobstructed ocean views and can... More Info

1 Person is currently making an enquiry at this establishment.

From R650* unit


Tired of the huzz and buzz of city life? Then the Honnehokke Resort in Hondeklipbaai/Hondeklip Bay is just the place for you! Here you can relax with a book (your own, or one from our extensive librar... More Info

From R495 pps


Mountain View, as its name aptly describes, is situated high on the hill overlooking the picturesque and bustling Northern Cape Town of Springbok. Itís a perfect stopover for business people and touri... More Info

From R400* unit


Hondeklipbaai (Dog Stone Bay) is a small coastal town with a population of approx. 600 inhabitants, making it an ideal break away destination where one can relax and enjoy the natural surroundings wit... More Info

From R650* unit


Honne-Pondokkies is situated in the remote village of Hondeklipbaai on the Namaqualand coast, where peace and tranquility are a way of life and folks live at ease with their surroundings. Here all vis... More Info

3 People are currently making enquiries at this establishment.

From R100 pps


HARDEVELD LODGE : Hardeveld Lodge is a small lodge managed by the owners Kobus and Fey Van Heerden.( They have been in the tourism industry since 1986 on took the Lodge over in September 2013. ) ... More Info

From R1200* unit


Overnight or stay longer in one of 21 luxuriously equipped chalets in a secure, home-from-home environment. Enjoy the peaceful and tranquil setting, friendly staff and management. Spend a lazy afterno... More Info

From R720 pps


Serene ambiance in a lovingly restored colonial home situated at the foot of the 'koppie' where South Africa's first commercial mine was found. During August to October when the Namaqualand flowers go... More Info

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Namakwaland Reviews

Okiep
Lovely place to stopover-recommend it.
- Hester Clark

Hondeklipbaai
Nice little place to vist to relax.
- Jan De Jager

Springbok
Interesting town, bigger than I expected, stunning surrounds particularly during flower season. Goegap nature reserve a must-see.
- Abigail Brooks

Hondeklipbaai
Nice Place!!
- Tersius Gilfillan

Garies
We enjoyed the small town. What a pity small towns in SA are having survival issues.
- Adele Bouwer