Mount Camdeboo game reserve is a mystical space in the very heart of the Great Karoo. It is an endlessly beautiful landscape which has fostered incredible stories, waged battles and preserved fossils. It is near Graaff Reinet on 14,000 hectares with herds of antelope, mountain zebra, giraffe, rhinoceros, cheetah and buffalo. The Sneeuberg mountains are the second highest mountain range in Southern Africa with altitudes of almost 8000 feet and provides breathtakingly vistas of these plains.
In ancient Khoisan - Camdeboo means ‘place of green hills or pools” and this is certainly felt as you arrive. The tranquility of an oasis in the desert! Big trees surround magnificently, manicured lawns, long blue pool, huge mountain backdrop, high teas in the afternoons whilst the staff bring up the Serval kittens for the children to coo over.
The lodge is made up of three traditional Cape Dutch homesteads with 12 spacious double sumptuous bedrooms with bathroom ensuite and a lounge area opening up onto the gardens. The secluded cottage or (honeymoon suite) beautifully renovated from an old stone gatehouse is gorgeous. Each suite has stone tiles, warm persian carpets, velvet loungers and big four poster beds with mosquito nets and the softest bedlinens to entice you. There are fireplaces, underfloor heating, bomas, swimming pools and aircon for the heat of the karoo and boasts a dedicated ranger and a game viewing vehicle.
12 spacious double bedrooms all ensuite
Ranger, Bush walks, Star gazing
Visit to anglo boer battle sites
Day trips to Graaff Reinet
Day trips to Nieu Bethesda to visit the Owl House and the fossil center.
View the famous, largest cactus garden in the southern hemisphere.
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