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Bushmanland Self-Catering

Rated 5.0 in 1 Reviews

Kenhardt, Northern Cape
R 500
Avg per night for 2 guests

Bushmanland Self-Catering is situated in Hartbees River and is irrigated by water from the Rooiberg Dam. This land has a unique fascination, with its brown sand broken only by black dolerite boulders. It offers an affordable house with three comfortable bedrooms, one bathroom, air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge area with a TV, and braai facilities. It provides a typical Bushmanland hospitality experience with fresh air and a friendly atmosphere.

The fantastic wide-open spaces of Verneukpan are an ideal hotspot for parasailing enthusiasts. For those interested in archaeological adventures, there are San trails that lead over several hills, following in the footsteps of the San and exploring spots where they created their artwork. Visitors can see what the San saw and experience their way of life. There is also an old library building dating back to 1897, which served as a library until 1977 and was declared a national monument in 1978.

The Quiver Tree Forest is an ideal hiking destination, offering the opportunity to hike through a forest with over 4,000 to 5,000 trees and marvel at their beauty. Although Kenhardt may be small, it is certainly not insignificant. The beauty and splendor of this area make it a favorable holiday destination for many.

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