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Kakamas Hotel
Sleeps 17 in 5 units
From R 1390
Per unit, per night | Sleeps 3 adults max
* Rates may vary according to season

Kakamas Hotel

Hotel / Boutique Hotel Accommodation in Kakamas

Kalahari & Diamond Fields

Kakamas Hotel, surrounded by lush green vineyards, sits nestled in the Orange River valley on the outskirts of Kakamas, Northern Cape. Kakamas Hotel is en route to various popular destinations: Augrabies National Park, the Kalahari, Namibia, Richtersveld

Sun River Kalahari Lodge
Graded:
Sleeps 88 in 31 units
From R 1310
Per person, per night sharing | Sleeps 4 adults max
* Rates may vary according to season

Sun River Kalahari Lodge

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Upington

72km from Kakamas

A home away from home, situated in the heart of the Green Kalahari right on the banks of the mighty Orange River

Libby's Lodge
Guest Rating: 9
Sleeps 24 in 10 units
From R 525
Per person, per night sharing | Sleeps 3 adults max
* Rates may vary according to season

Libby's Lodge

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Upington

74km from Kakamas

Libby's Lodge, situated in Upington, is ideally suited to both busy professionals and tourists. We offer 10 spacious, uniquely decorated and private double rooms with en suite bathrooms and air conditioning. We also offer self catering facilities.

Ouma se Huis
Sleeps 8 in 4 units
From R 300
Per person, per night sharing
* Rates may vary according to season

Ouma se Huis

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Grootdrink

116km from Kakamas

Ouma Se Huis offers self catering accommodation in Grootdrink in an area known as the Kalahari & Diamond Fields in the Northern Cape. This self catering farmhouse sleeps 8. Ouma se Huis is situated next to the N10 in Grootdrink, between Groblershoop (45km

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Kakamas

The small Northern Cape town of Kakamas is situated about 120 kilometres to the East of Upington on the Orange River and is an ideal stopping off point for anyone planning a visit to the Augrabies Falls National Park. The town is unique in having eleven working water wheels. It is said to have derived its name from the Khoi word gagamas meaning brown, and referring to the brown clay with which the local women daub their faces. The town is set in the fertile valley of the Orange River, and the local farming industry supports vineyards, peaches, cotton and Lucerne.

The Orange River Wine Cellars Co-op was established in Kakamas in 1974 and has grown to become one of the largest wine co-operatives in the world. Grapes are grown along three or four hundred kilometers of the Orange River. Cultivating grapes for raisins began in 1960, and table grapes in 1980. Today the grapes from the region are exported worldwide.


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