THE GROWCERY CAMP
Kgalagadi National Park or the Transfrontier Park is one of the best wildlife destinations in the Northern Cape. The Kalahari can be a destination on the route towards The Growcery Camp and Richtersveld National Park. This Kgalagadi Park is one of the first cross-border conservation initiative parks in South Africa. The vast open Kalahari spreads over Namibia, Botswana and South Africa.
The red sand dunes are unique to the Kgalalagdi National Park. The Kalahari is rich in minerals and metals. The red dune colour is a direct result of the Iron you find in the soil. The Iron is oxidising, and this causes the red colour of the Kalahari.
The Kgalagadi National Park is known for a large number of predators in the park. The most common predators are lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas. The Abundance of bird life makes this a bird watchers paradise. The Kgalagadi Park is an excellent photographic destination. The contrasts of the colours and wildlife combinations make this a unique destination.
The Kgalalagdi Lodge is a privately owned lodge only 5 km from the entrance gate of Twee Rivieren. Kgalagadi lodge offers twin rooms and family room accommodation. There are camping sites with private ablutions and a swimming pool for the days when the Kalahari heat gets challenging. The lodge is famous for the best cuisine in the region. All meals are freshly prepared and well presented. The advantage of the lodge is that the owners are on site. We can recommend the Kgalagadi lodge to campers and travellers seeking comfort during their stay. This is our preferred accommodation outside of the park.
Plan your holiday to the Northern Cape. Visit the Kgalagadi National park on route to The Growcery Camp in the Richtersveld. The Kgalalagi Park is 5 hours from the Growcery Camp. This is perfect for the adventure traveller that seeks the road less travelled.
We invite you to visit the Kgalagadi on route to The Growcery Camp. The Northern Cape offers a great road trip to all adventure travellers and wildlife and nature enthusiasts. Take the slow roads and your sweet time to explore these pristine areas of the Northern Cape.
Kgalagadi National Park is a popular photographic destination.