Set like a diamond amidst the dusty red plains of the Northern Cape, Loch Maree guest farm stands as a lone sentinel in the surrounding vast expanse of the Kalahari Desert. Named by a Scottish surveyor in the late 1800’s, our guest farm stands out in the semi-arid South African landscape as much as it does for its name, derived from long forgotten misty Scottish highland lakes and glens. Kalahari (Tswana: Kgalagadi) literally means, “Great Thirst” – but here at Loch Maree guest farm, we offer you an oasis. With a luxurious family suite that sleeps four people, field camp and bush camp, you can relax and enjoy friendly Kalahari hospitality with your hosts, Johann and Retha Stadler. You can take in the scenery and wildlife on a game drive; or you can enjoy sundowners with a braai and fall in love with the magnificent panoramic view of the red Kalahari dunes and contrasting white salt pan.