About the Northern Cape
The Northern Cape is South Africa's largest province and a must-see destination, whether you prefer the ocean, the desert, the bush or quirky towns rich in history and culture.
Routes to explore
Main centres: Carnarvon, Williston, Fraserburg, Loxton, Vorsburg and Victoria West Region: Colloquially known as the Karoo Highlands Ever yearned for a space so vast that
Main centres: Port Nolloth, Steinkopf, Eksteensfontein, Sendelingsdrift Region: Colloquially known as the Richtersveld The Richtersveld is a mountainous desert situated in the north-west corner of South
Main centres: Hondeklip Bay, Koingnaas, Noup, Kleinzee, Groenriviermond Region: Colloquially known as Namaqualand In spring, hordes of tourists flock to what is colloquially known as Namaqualand.
The Quiver Tree Route highlights some of the attractions that can be found along the stretch of the Orange River, including activities, accommodation, restaurants and sightseeing.
Main Centres: Garies, Kamieskroon, Springbok, Okiep, Nababeep, Carolusberg, Steinkopf and Vioolsdrift The Cape to Namibia Route stretches along the N7 through the Northern Cape province before meandering away
Main centres: Upington, Askham, Reinfontein Region: Colloquially known as the Kalahari This area of the Northern Cape province is truly the heart of the Kalahari. Here
Popular things to do in the Northern Cape
Not confined to the limits of a single atr gallery, Khoisan Rockart can be found scattered throughout the Karoo.
We offer all sorts of river rafting options, from a few hours on the Orange River to a few days and we cater for all sorts of river-goers, from the
1-4 Day guided Flyfishing Safaris for our best indigenous sports fish in SA
The 4-Day White Water Rafting from Egerton Game Ranch, near Hopetown, is the best white water that the Orange has to offer. Navigating over the Egerton rapids and through Thunder
Located on the Quiver Tree Route, Bezalel Wine and Brandy Estate is an undiscovered gem in the lower Orange River valley of the Northern Cape.
1-4 Day Canoe Safaris down the Orange River.
Like much of South Africa, the Northern Cape offers a myriad of diverse hiking trails, with soul tugging scenery across vast expanses of open desert plains or through mazes of
In the lee of a small hill on a bend of a wide river, the powerfully built earliest ancestors of man lived and hunted 1.2-million years ago, leaving behind
Dominated by the beautiful and distinct camel thorn tree from which the park derives its name, Mokala (Setswana for Camel Thorn Tree) is a breeding centre for disease free buffalo
The Hantam Vleisfees is an annual meat and music festival, celebrating Calvinia in the Northern Cape as sheep country.
Activities at this year's Ghaap River Xtreme festival at Broadwater River Estate near Douglas will include a waterski tournament,
The Northern Cape may be famous for its endless desertscapes and its annual wildflower displays in Namaqualand, but many people
It’s almost time for the Northern Cape’s dry landscapes to be transformed into a magical wonderland of cheerful wil
More and more adventurous travellers are discovering the Northern Cape as a province of incredible scenic beauty, rich heritage and
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The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest and least populated province. It is also home to two World H
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Kimberley may be known as the city of diamonds, but in and around this historic town are many other attractions