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Broomfield, Colorado
Reviewed 22 December 2016

The drive on the long dirt road to get to DeHoop was so worth the time and energy. We saw Blue Cranes along the way. We were greeted with flamingos. We enjoyed the ostriches with babies, bonteboks, elands and zebras. The wild flowers did not disappoint. We hiked along the coast (Koppie Allen Trailhead) and sat on the dunes and...

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Durbanville, South Africa
Reviewed 27 October 2016

What a privilege to visit the 'moon like' area of the Richtersveld. After a few hours on a heavy corrugated road, we arrived at an 'oasis', called Sendelingsdrif, the main camp of the Park. The very friendly staff assisted us with the keys to our very neat and tidy chalets. A quick shower did the trick. Later, with a cold...

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Cape Town Central, South Africa
Reviewed 24 August 2016

We recently had the privilege of driving to De Hoop Campsite which is situated on the Orange River bank in the Richtersveld. The road via Sendlingsdrif was long and dusty and extremely badly corrugated. At times we wondered whether it was worth the hammering our vehicle was taking. Our rather apprehensive feelings about the Richtersveld were further compounded by the...

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1Thank Roberta W
Reviewed 19 April 2016 via mobile

I'm very glad to see this positive feedback from all the tourists that have visited our 1 of a kind place, it's truly a great feeling you get when you read this as you grew up in this part of the world.....thanks and feel welcome every time you come to visit.

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Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 February 2016

Atmospheric 'wilderness' camping on the banks of the Orange River. Stayed for 2 nights during a very hot February, the bonus being that we had the place to ourselves.Although the days were hot there was good shade and the nights were very pleasant for sleeping. Good basic ablution blocks. Bring own food, fuel, water, equipment. Apart from scenic arid beauty,...

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Pretoria, South Africa
Reviewed 29 December 2015 via mobile

Really beautiful area. There is no designated campsites you just find a nice spot and unpack. There is water but no drinking water ,no fire wood and no shop. You must go in a 4x4 as the the roads only made for them. Will go back again...when it's cooler.

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Penryn, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 January 2014

Camped at deHoop for 6 nights, and it was absolutely amazing. The food is absolutely incredible, and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful! The actual reserve is beautiful, with a lot of wildlife and incredible places to explore. We never had any problems with baboons getting into our tent, and the toilet and shower facilities were above our expectations....

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1Thank Beth R
Cape Town, South Africa
Reviewed 9 March 2013

We camped at De Hoop for one night and it was amazing. Be careful when entering the camp from the Sendlingsdrift road (Not the road going to Tatasberg) and try to stay on the higher path away from the river. The path closer to the river is very sandy and lets just say not the best in warm whether if...

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Crowborough, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 February 2013

Fantastic atmospheric campsite - with a surprising number of nice shady sites right by the edge of the river (which, by the way, makes for a wonderful swim to temper the scorching January heat!). New ablution blocks with proper, clean flush toilets, and nice showers. "Cold" water only - not that you'll notice in the summer months...! Good fishing too.

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Address: Richtersveld Transfrontier National Park, South Africa
Region: South Africa > Northern Cape > Richtersveld Transfrontier National Park
Number of rooms: 5
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“The accommodations looked nice from the outside. We went to explore the reserve itself”
  • A peek at one of the cottages behind the zebra
Emerson3091, 22 Dec 2016 | Read review
“This is purely a camping experience and requires the availability of a reliable 4x4 vehicle”
  • A spectacular sunset view of the river and Namibian on the other side
  • A quick walk up the low ridge above the campsite at sunrise
61RobertaW, 24 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Camping near to the shower blocks is good to avoid scary night time trips in the dark! Also the houses they have are amazing, very spacious and all of them well equipped and comfortable.”
677bethr, 20 Jan 2014 | Read review
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