This unique destination takes an image of the Western Cape and transforms it into an out of this world getaway option. The tranquillity of the Tankwa Karoo and the Ceberberg Mountain range, sunsets framed by fascinating rock formations and the rich history of the surrounding area makes Kagga Kamma's beauty nearly tangible.
Go on a guided Rock Art Tour, lose yourself and drift off into the universe on a Stargazing tour, Kagga Kamma is ideal whether you are looking to relax in the spa or mountain biking. Perfect for families or spending quality time with that special someone, breathe the fresh air and enjoy the peace and serenity of a Kagga Kamma escape.
Kagga Kamma was upgraded from a Hospitality Resort to Silver Crown status at the 2019 RCI OSCAS Award Ceremony. In addition, Kagga Kamma was the winner of the Superior Service in Hospitality Award, the Top Housekeeping Award and was nominated for and placed second in the Top Check in and Check out Category Awards. These great achievements represent the hard work and dedication of both our on-site and off-site management and teams.
6 Sleeper Chalet: 3 bedroom sleeps 6 (1st bathroom with shower, toilet and basin, 2nd bathroom with bath, toilet and basin)
8 Sleeper Chalet: 3 bedroom and 1 sleeper couch, sleeps 6 adults and 2 children (1st bathroom with shower and basin, 2nd bathroom with bath, basin and toilet)
*IF you require any special assistance in terms of access, please contact the Kagga Kamma directly on +27 (0) 23 004 0077*
Nearby Attractions & Activities
The 35km gravel road leading to Kagga Kamma is accessible with a normal sedan vehicle, however, nature drives on the Reserve should only be done in 4x4 vehicles or on guided tour vehicles. Please note that there is no cell phone reception and televisions at Self-catering Chalets. Wi-Fi is available at the reception area.
A refundable key / breakage / appliance deposit is required at check-in.
Stargazing Tour, Quad Bike Safari
Sundowner Trip, Rock Art Tour, Morning and Evening Nature Drives
The travelling time from Cape Town by car is approximately three hours. Take the N1 North, at Worcester and then turn off to Ceres. In Ceres follow the directions to Prince Alfred Hamlet. After passing through Prince Alfred Hamlet and Gydo pass; continue straight towards the small town of Op-die-Berg. Turn right at the Ceres Karoo/Cederberg sign. After 25 km. turn right onto gravel road at the Kagga Kamma sign. Travel straight for another 20 km on the gravel road. Turn left at the Kagga Kamma sign and travel for 15 km. You will arrive at the entrance gate of Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve.
32° 44'45" S
19° 33'45" E