Accommodation: Unique Cave Suites, Open Air Suites, Hut Suites
Activities: Day and night nature drives, rock art, quad biking, hiking, culture tours, star gazing, 4x4 trails, spa
Highlights: Geological formations, rock art, and the rare Bontebok
Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve in South Africa is a spiritual place filled with tranquillity, fascinating rock formations, Khoisan paintings, majestic mountains and spectacular scenery. This unique Western Cape nature reserve also has a spa and conference facilities.
A visit to Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is an ideal add-on to a tour through the Cape Winelands, Cape West Coast, Route 62 and Garden Route of the Western Cape, South Africa.
This Western Cape nature reserve is well known for its scenic beauty and its rich cultural heritage. Hundreds of Khoisan rock paintings or rock art dating back to 6000 years ago are found here, making Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve a unique nature destination in South Africa.
Kagga Kamma is home to a large variety of wild animals. Most visible are the Burchell's Zebra and the antelope species, which range from the Eland, Gemsbok, Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, and Bontebok, to the smaller Springbok, Grey Rheebok and Klipspringer. Other animals are nocturnal or do not show themselves often and include Leopard, Aardwolf, Black-Backed Jackal and Caracal. The area is also rich in bird life including Ostrich, Secretary Bird, Kori Bustard and Namaqua Sand Grouse.
At Kagga Kamma, guests can escape from the city, traffic and stress to peace and serenity. In the open-air restaurant amongst the rocks guests can enjoy sumptuous South African cuisine, including venison dishes, and an excellent selection of wines from the Cape Winelands. Guests can enjoy spa treatments, swim in the sparkling pool or set off on San Cultural Tours, nature drives, quad biking, hiking and birding adventures.