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The Northern Cape is a hive of activity, not all of it sedate flower watching either. For starters there are paragliding opportunities in De Aar, then there are desert safaris, battlefield tours, diamond tours and hot-air ballooning.

Not far from Kimberley, you’ll find offers a range of activities, from fly-fishing and river rafting to sunset cruises on the Vaal River and river rafting on the...    
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Subregions in Northern Cape


Diamond Fields | Green Kalahari | Kalahari | Namakwa | Upper Karoo | Upper Karoo


 

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The William Humphreys Art Gallery provides for the aesthetic and cultural needs of the local community it serves as well as of the people of South Africa. To this end it collects, preserves, documents, researches and exhibits works of art which represent the artistic heritage of all South ...

The Orange rivers is majestic and mostly serene and what better way to explore it than to sit back and relax on Sakkies Arkie for a breathtaking sunset river cruise!. Enjoy 2 hours of fantastic birding, total relaxation and good company and music and soak up the Kalahari sun whilst drifting alon...

The Museum is housed in the buildings erected by the Reverend Schröder in 1875 as a church and mission station. Domestic items dating from that era and articles relating to the history of Upington and the Lower Orange River can be seen here. The museum is home to the life-sized monument of the d...

The Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) is the largest single optical telescope in the southern hemisphere and among the largest in the world. It has a hexagonal primary mirror array 11 metres across, comprising 91 individual 1.2m hexagonal mirrors. Although very similar to the Hobby-Eberly Tele...

Under Cultural in Richmond
Housed in what was formerly, in the 1800’s, a school and boarding house, and more recently a cabinet maker’s workshops and residence, is the very unique Horse Museum of Richmond. It is only one of two such museums in the world which is dedicated to the saddle horse. One piece of which the museum...

The McGregor Museum was officially founded on the 24th September 1907 when the title deeds were handed over to the Management Committee. Prior to this there had been several calls for the establishment of a Museum in Kimberley but nothing had materialised. Eventually, Mrs McGregor, the widow of a pr...

Under Wineries in Upington
Bezalel Wine & Brandy Estate is an undiscovered gem in the Lower Orange River Valley of the Northern Cape. Our small, if lofty, daily mission is to make South Africans proud of their great culture, specifically its wines and brandies, and secondly, to make those who don’t live here feel welcome… ...

About 43km north of Daniëlskuil on the road to Kuruman (and about 43 km south of Kuruman), on the farm \"Wonderwerk\" (meaning \"miracle\"), this natural wonder awaits your visit. The cave is 139m deep and archaeologically of considerable importance. The cave is so big, it used to be boasted tha...

The Big Hole 150 years ago, the site of the Big Hole was a featureless, flat-topped hill. When word spread that diamonds had been discovered, thousands of prospectors, armed with nothing more than picks, shovels and hope, descended on Kimberley and created the largest hand-dug excavation in the wor...

Situated on the outskirts of the town of Kathu in the Northern Cape Province, this is truly a unique setting in which to play a round of golf - the course winds its way through a 500 hectare Camelthorn forest on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. Built and maintained by Sishen Iron Ore mine and offi...
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