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Game Drives

When going on our Gamedrives you can enjoy the unity of 12 different wildlife species; Springbok, Tsessebe, Giraffe, Buffalo, Zebras, Sable, Roans, Waterbuck, Kudu’s, Letswe, Fallow Deer and Impala. This is a 2 hour drive that can include drinks on request. You can enjoy a sunset drive that end in a beautiful view of the whole camp.

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Our Lapa is Situated on our Game farm, here we offer a space where you can have your birthday party or even a year end function with your toes in the sand around a nice bonfire.  

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Our Fishing spot offers great opportunities for those enthusiastic fisherman. You can either walk to the river from the campsite or you can use our 4x4 route to get to our shaded fishing spot.

You will however need to stay for a minimum of one night to use this facility as we do not take any day visitors.

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Swimming Pool

We have an above ground swimming pool for practical reasons. However it is big and deep enough for a nice cool swim on our hot summers.

Activities Near us


Augrabies Falls

Only 1 km from our gate you can enter the National Park. When the mighty Orange River is in full flood the sound of water thundering down the 56-metre high Augrabies Waterfall is deafening. It’s an awesome experience at any time of year. Called Aukoerebis (place of great noise) by the Khoi San people, the powerful flow of water gushing out from the vast granite abyss of the Orange River Gorge. Besides the falls, great sites to visit are Moon Rock, Ararat and Echo Corner. Home to a diversity of species, the Augrabies National Park and its spectacular granite gorge offers great birding, some small game, reptiles, springbok, gemsbok and giraffe and a fun hiking trail.


Hiking Trail

The Dassie Interpretive Trail is roughly 5 km requires a certain level of fitness as it involves scrambling over slippery rocks. Ensue that you wear appropriate footwear and carry water and sunscreen. Birds and animals frequently seen include African darter, Cape clawless otter, water monitor, giant kingfisher; dassie, klipspringer, springbok and other antelope.



Riemvasmaak is found between the Orange and the dry Molopo Rivers. It is about 57 km from Kakamas and 170 km from the Nakop border post with Namibia. The area is 75 000 ha of sheer mountain desert and wilderness. The landscape was formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago. Visitors can unwind in the hot springs with 80 m granite cliffs surrounding them. Two swimming pools are built at the hot springs, of which one has been shaped on a conversation pit.

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