The Kalahari area forms the most northern edge of the Northern Cape. It stretches southwards down from the border of Botswana and south of the N14 highway. The eastern edge forms the border with the North West Province. To the west it stretches to just beyond Van Zylsrus.
This area can best be described as the most arid region within South Africa. Many people believe that this region consists of mainly desert, however, technically it is classified as a semi-desert region. When looking at the red rolling dunes, it is easy to believe that you are truly in the desert. The Kalahari, derived it's name from the Tswana language and means ‘great thirst’ or ‘waterless place’.
Be enchanted by the vast vistas of unbroken sand dunes dotted with the occasional acacia tree. At night, let your eyes wander to the heavens and revel in the amazing sights of a sky lit by an abundance of stars and distant galaxies.
Towns and Villages
Kuruman is the largest town in the area. with Van Zylsrus making up the nest largest town. Settlements are very few and far between.
What to expect
This region offers visitors vast plains, endless vistas, majestic sand dunes, crystal-clear air, spectacular night skies, game, birds and a stark natural environment that will forever remain etched into your consciousness.
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Camp Site Articles
Below is a listing of camp sites that have been featured and have a blog.
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Listing of Camp Sites
Below is a listing of camp sites in Kalahari Region of the Northern Cape.
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We are constantly on the lookout for more camping sites in this area.
Should you find that we have not included a camping site and would like us to include it on this list, send us an email at email@example.com
Please note that we are not responsible for bookings at any of the sites listed above.
The Ikamu website offers a listing of camping sites in the region. We do not take any responsibility should the camp site information become inaccurate or incomplete. Ikamu also does not take any responsibility for any poorly managed camp sites or camping facilities.
This webpage was designed by an enthusiastic camper who wants to enable other campers to find their ideal camping site.