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Sleeps: 14 in 2 units/rooms
From R 275,00
Per person, per night sharing.
23.9km North of center of Ganyesa
Kudu Camp is situated on the farm Stonehenge, 70km North of Vryburg. At our bush camp we offer 2 spacious safari tents with en-suite ablutions, and shady verandas...
Ganyesa is a village found in the North West province of South Africa. It is a rural village, 70km North of Vryburg on the R378. North of Ganyesa lies the Molopo nature reserve (175km), Mabuasehube Reserve in Botswana (380km), via Macarthys Rest border post (230km). This is also one of the alternative routes to the Kalahari Transfronteir Park (490km) via Heuningsvlei, Van Zylsrus. Johannesburg is 450km from Ganyesa, Bloemfontein 400km & Kimberly 270km. It is a nice halfway stop over. The town has a population of about 15000 people. It is an administrative centre for the far north western area of the province, hosting the head offices of the Kagisano Molopo Local Municipality, a magistrates court and various national and provincial government offices. The town falls within the traditional territory of the Batlharo Ba Lotlhware group of the Tswana people, in an area that was formerly part of Bophuthatswana.
Ganyesa normally receives about 344mm of rain per year, with most rainfall occuring mainly during summer. It receives the lowest rainfall (0mm) in June and the highest (70mm) in February. The average midday temperatures for Ganyesa range from 19 degrees Celsius in June to 32.9 degrees Celsius in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 0 degrees Celsius on average during the night.