Victoria West Accommodation

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Die Pophuis Hoekie

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Victoria West

Die Pophuis Hoekie provides authentic self catering cottages in Victoria West in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Our self catering accommodation consists of 7 owner-managed, air conditioned, restored Karoo cottages and 3 en suite units - fully walled and bright

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Sleeps: 28 in 9 units/rooms
From R 400,00
Per person, per night sharing.

Desert Dew Guesthouse & Self Catering

Guest Farm Accommodation in Three Sisters

35.9km South East of center of Victoria West

Desert Dew Guesthouse provides travelers with the option of bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation near Three Sisters in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Total accommodation sleeps 36 people. Located on the Modderfontein farm, situated in the Victoria

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From R 400,00
Per person, per night sharing.

Gamamadi Guest Farm

Guest House Accommodation in Three Sisters

48.0km South East of center of Victoria West

Gamamadi Guest Farm offers self catering accommodation near Three Sisters in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Three Sisters, while a small dot on the map is a significant location for many travelling on the N1 between Johannesburg and Cape Town and a popular sto

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Old buildings in the town have been restored and attract visitors to the area.

Victoria West

Victoria West is a small Karoo town situated on the N12 highway some 150 kilometres to the north of Beaufort West. The town is wedged in between two mountains and a river and is an excellent stepping off point for visitors to the Great Karoo. The land is beautiful, wild and open, with rough mountains alternating with stony plains, saltpans and sand. The riverine rabbit, an endangered species, is found in the Victoria West region, and specifically in the Victoria West Nature Reserve.

The Great Karoo once teemed with vast herds of springbok, but the grazing has now been taken over by large flocks of sheep, which give rise to the world famous Karoo Lamb. The town gets its name from the British Queen Victoria and was established in 1843. Visitors to Victoria West can be sure to get a warm Karoo welcome from the very hospitable locals. Summers here are warm and dry, but visitors should be sure to take something warm to wear in wintertime, when it can become very cold at night.

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