About Rogge Cloof

Rogge Cloof is a magical place at Sutherland in the Roggeveld Karoo region of the Northern Cape. It describes itself beautifully as 'home to the greatest heavens on earth'. Clear skies strewn with millions of stars at night, and vast plains home to wildlife, unusual plants and fossils, are features of the Rogge Cloof world. The area boasts Salpeterkop, an extinct volcano and possibly the last volcano in South Africa to have been active. The Roggeveld's famous Star Plains are located exclusively on Rogge Cloof. Inclusive accommodation is offered in open-plan units ideal for couples. There are also various self-catering units, each accommodating 4 or 8 people. Things to do at Rogge Cloof include game drives, cheetah tracking, bike excursions, mountain bike trails, Salpeterkop Volcano hikes, fossil field outings, and visits to Anglo-Boer War forts. Sutherland itself offers fantastic star gazing. A restored historic farmhouse is used as a dining hall reminiscent of the Middle Ages. Rogge Cloof is a must-do getaway for lovers of open spaces, star-studded heavens, nature experiences and snow-blanketed landscapes in winter. Children: All Ages. Kindly note that Rogge Cloof's solar powered supply system does not accommodate appliances such as hair dryers, fans, microwave ovens, coffee makers or electric kettles. Power sockets for recharging phones and laptops are, however, provided. Mail us


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