About the Park: This is where the mighty Orange River is at its most impressive as it thunders its way through a canyon and falls down into a pool walled by granite, 56m below. Few sights are as awesome or sound as deafening as water thundering down the 56m Augrabies Waterfall when the Orange River is in full flood.
Activities: Self-guided walking trails include the 2km Gorge Trail and the 5km circular Dassie Hiking Trail. For those wanting more of a challenge there is the 3 day Klipspringer Hike (closed 15 Oct – 31 March) that goes down into the gorge and back out again. Game drives. Catch and release fishing.
About the Park: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is an amalgamation of South Africa’s previous Kalahari Gemsbok National Park and Botswana’s Gemsbok National Park, this park was officially opened on 12 May 2000. It was the first formally declared transfrontier park in Africa. Two of the three Kalahari eco-types are found here. The south-western part comprises duneveld, with its unique semi-desert vegetation and the north-eastern part comprises Kalahari plains thornveld.
Activities: Experience the Kgalagadi to the full on a guided sunset drive. Depart at dusk and watch the sunset bring the warm Kalahari sands to life and return to camp under the cover of darkness. The radiant star- and moonlight contrast spectacularly against the jet-black sky. Seasonal midnight drives are also extraordinary night-time adventure. And our guided full day drives allow you to discover more of the park and its Wildlife. Participate in the natural beauty of a Kalahari dawn by going on an early morning walk. Learn more about the fascinating lifestyles of the predators at the Nossob Predator Centre. Three night Nossob 4×4 Eco-trail, Leeuwdril 4×4 trail (13.2 km), a self-drive one way trail accessible and bookable from Twee Rivieren.
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