The Northern Cape is South Africa's largest province, covering 31% of the country, an area that is slightly larger than Germany. Although it is the largest province, its population is smaller than any other South African province, making this an incredible place to visit with untouched surroundings. Enjoy luxury tented accommodation in the heart of the famous Kalahari Desert, or camp alongside the Orange River. The vast size of the Northern Cape, paired with being the least populated province in South Africa, creates an unparalleled stargazing experience. The scenic landscape includes rivers, forests, beaches, mountains, and deserts, making this a fantastic action-packed getaway for everyone.
Why choose the Northern Cape as a destination?
Delicious food and wine.
A plethora of adventure activities such as; hot air ballooning, 4x4 trails, canoeing, river rafting, camel rides, bridge swinging, and many more...
Visit The Big Hole in Kimberly, which 150 years ago was the epicenter of the diamond rush.
During springtime, enjoy the beautiful display of flowers in Namaqualand.
Home to the largest conservation area in the world, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Unparalleled star-gazing experiences.
With an abundance of activities, mixed with rich culture and scenic beauty, the Northern Cape truly offers an unforgettable experience to visitors.
The Big Hole
AUGRABIES FALLS NATIONAL PARK
Located around the Augrabies Falls, the Augrabies Falls National Park covers an area of 820km² and stretches along the Orange River.
KGALAGADI TRANSFONTIER PARK
Sitting on the border of South Africa and Botswana, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park offers guests a premium wildlife viewing experience.