Description of Accommodation:
Your South African vacation start with Zuid-Afrika Specialist
SAN Parks Augrabies National Park – Augrabies Falls National Park
Here where the visibility is phenomenal and the sound deafening, the Orange River falls 56 meters down when the river is in full flow! A waterfall that was called ‘Aukoerebis’ by the Khoi people, which means so much as: “place of the big noise”. The water finds its way through an 18-kilometer river gorge surrounded by rocks. Rock parties with names such as Moonrock, Ararat, and Echo Corner are places for the little klipspringer. The box tree makes a beautiful shadow as the sun disappears and the African sky slowly turns into a starry sky. Birds, reptiles, springboks, gemsboks and giraffes go to sleep vigilantly. While you still enjoy your braai during your wonderful holiday stay.
Stay at a campsite that is located in a shady area.
– Camping pitches are for a maximum of 6 people
–1 car with tent, or 1 camper, or 1 car with caravan and side tent may be placed per pitch
– There is a common Camp kitchen with 2 hot plates, sinks and shared laundry and toilet facilities and a washing machine and ironing room.
– All camping pitches are supplied with electricity
–Restaurant complex within walking distance of the waterfall viewpoints.
–Picnic areas for day visitors with toilet facilities and a swimming pool
–Public telephone and a gas station
–There is no ATM
– For visitors who spend the night in the park there are 3 swimming pools;
-open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm between October and March
–You can spot game from your own car
–There is a Klipspringer Hiking trail, a walking route spread over 3 days (2 nights) for up to 12 people, booking in advance is essential!
– At the reception you can get hiking maps for a Dassie Narure trail route, a 5 kilometer walk from where you can walk to Arrowpoint, Potholes and Moonrock.
–Night drives can be booked, minimum 4 people and also money for this; book in advance to avoid disappointment.
–Be surprised during the Gariep 3-in-1 Adventure tour, where you can go canoeing, hiking and mountain biking. This trip must be booked in advance.
–On the official roads you are allowed to go mountain biking, take care of your own bicycle.
–Follow Wilderness Road, a 94-kilometer long 4×4 trail that will take approximately 6 hours to complete. Halfway through the tour are toilet facilities and there is a picnic / braai spot.
–Park opening hours 7:00 am – 6:30 pm
– Augrabies Falls is located in the North Cape province, you will find the park on the N14 where the North Cape meets the Western Cape and is a frequent stop for people on their way to or from the Kgalagadi.
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