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Kagga Kamma is very secluded and truly away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Stunning rock formations on the drive in and throughout the reserve make it a stunning destination, with a night sky that will take your breath away! The chalets are...More
I was really looking forward to some peace and tranquility in a out of the way place, with no cell reception. I stayed for a week and spent a fair amount of time looking for any staff that would be availble to assist with ordering...More
The staff is excellent and I would rate them 5 stars. The accomodations were actually acceptable, with some minor things I think would bring them up to 5 stars.
The staff at Kagga Kamma were very attentive, often going out of their way to...More
My wife and I had the wonderful experience of overnighting at this 'famous' reserve establishment in the Kouebokkeveld region between the Cederberg and Karoo region. This resort is pricey but we were very impressed with what we actually got for our money.. All meals and...More
The drive into Kagga Kamma was absolutely delightful - amazing rock features all with a character of their own (look out for the ones moulded into: an eye/dinosaur/ship/face - incredible!!! The game drives were AMAZING!! It was definately the highlight of our trip. Nicolas our...More
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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 :)