The Cederberg wilderness in Western Cape, and Namaqualand and the Green Kalahari in Northern Cape, are magnificent destinations brimming with raw natural beauty and exceptional outdoor activities. Rugged, ancient and vast, these areas inspire awe and make breathcatching first impressions.  

The Cederberg is a dramatic world of massive rock formations, ancient rock art, wildlife and mountain fynbos. It’s a paradise for nature enthusiasts and rock climbers, and is reached in 3 hours by car from Cape Town.

Namaqualand in Northen Cape is another dramatic landscape for every bucket list, most popular during the annual extravaganza of wild flowers. This is an arid landscape that stretches along the West Coast.

The Green Kalahari is also a majestic territory well worth exploring. This semi-desert region supports wildlife and also features flourishing vineyards in the valleys of the Orange River. Augrabies Falls is an awe-inspiring waterfall on the Orange River, crashing down over 56 metres.


Distance from Cape Town to Bushmans Kloof: 263 km

Distance from Cape Town to Kagga Kamma: 257 km

Distance from Cape Town to Naries Namakawa Retreat: 586 km

Distance from Cape Town to Le Must: 829 km

Distance from Cape Town to Tutwa Desert Lodge: 825 km

Mail us to book your next getaway, or call +27 21 797 7122.