Attractions within a 50 km radius include the confluence of Vaal and Orange Rivers, the glacial pavements, Driekops Eiland’s Koi Bushmen engravings and wine tasting at the Landzicht cellars. Consider an agricultural tour (bees, grapes, sheep, goats, cattle, sable antelope or irrigation farming). Take a gentle sundowner cruise down the Vaal River on a barge. Experience an ethnic tour through a township where the indigenous people of South Africa stay and taste their traditional food or simply go on a traditional donkey cart trip through Campbell with your camera in hand.
Griquatown forms part of the missionary trail and also boasts the Moffat Museum, Gallows Tree, Waterboer Grave and gemstone polishing factory.
The fascinating city of Kimberley is the diamond mining centre of South Africa where you can buy diamonds at reasonable prices from reputable dealers. Have lunch at one of the oldest working pubs in the country and visit the legendary Big Hole. The Mc Greggor museum and various others, like the William Humphries Art Gallery,is worth a visit. Magersfontein is a Battlefield where soldiers fought for their convictions during the Anglo Boer War. Visit Mokala Game Reserve or simply shop until you drop in Kimberley.
Many of our guests extend their stay in South Africa to visit one of our pristine Big Five Nature Reserves. Other visitors take a family holiday on our beautiful coast line. Wild life enthusiasts take a trip to the Spring Flowers of Namaqualand or Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and visit the notorious Augrabies Water falls on route.
Enjoy South Africa’s great outdoors. For the adventurous, we can arrange hiking trails, kayaking tours, water skiing, fishing, white water rafting, tandem parachuting, hot air ballooning, bundgi jumping, mountain biking, underground mining visits, quad biking and many more experiences to make your trip memorable. Golf, tennis and squash are available within reasonable driving distance.