Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, South Africa

Situated in the magnificent wilderness of southern Cederberg Mountains, about a three-hour drive from Cape Town, Kagga Kamma invites visitors to South Africa to explore, relax and sleep in a stunning nature reserve. This peaceful retreat offers a wonderful range of accommodation options, including spacious traditional African-style huts with en-suite bathrooms, unusual cave suites with private terraces, a rest camp with three-bedroom chalets and some fantastic outcrop open-air rooms. The resort has its own restaurant and spa area and provides a wealth of adventure activities.


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