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My boyfriend and I visited Kagga Kamma for two nights on a Breakfast and Dinner basis. One word to summarise the trip? Wow!
It's about a 3-4 hour drive from Cape Town, and although the last 35km is on a gravel road (I was concerned...More
A very beautiful place, a wonderful stay. If you really want to get away from it all, but still have luxury, this is the place to be. Service was excellent. We will definitely return to experience more of this wonderful place.
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A long drive on gravel roads to get to this resort set in a spectacular rocky hilltop. The rock formations are other worldly - the tranquility of sitting amongst them is profound. And the view of the Milky Way is amazing. All the rangers knew...More
Travelling from Cape Town the last part of the journey along the dirt road sets the scene for the visit to Kagga Kamma. The rock formations are stunning - both in shape and colour, it is easy to spend lots of time admiring them. We...More
We we're booked in to chalet 12 of the timeshare units. Absolutely spotless and so very quiet. We went on a couple of walks and really enjoyed the fantastic scenery. Staff are very helpful and friendly. Highly recommended.
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Hi. Sorry for not replying earlier :(.On our trip there we have passed winelands, orchards and beautiful little towns and breathtaking mountains. There is little opportunity to shop as all the towns are small and don't have... More
Hi. Sorry for not replying earlier :(.On our trip there we have passed winelands, orchards and beautiful little towns and breathtaking mountains. There is little opportunity to shop as all the towns are small and don't have much to offer in the way of retail therapy.
There is a small shop at Kagga Kamma which sells the odd tee-shirt or bracelet but nothing else. It's not a trip you take for shopping, more for sightseeing :)
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"All rooms overlook the valley that goes to the ravine, I suggest a cave room or open room under the stars"