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Kagga Kamma 4×4 Trail, Prince Alfred Hamlet

Kagga Kamma 4x4 Trail, Kagga Kamma, Western CapeStarting from the reception area, this slow route descends from 1 160 to 365 metres above sea level and is mostly easy going, but has some very steep places.

On a clear day you’ll have magnificent views over the vast Karoo and the mountains and valleys of the Cederberg. From mid-August to mid-November there are lots of flowers to see, perfect for nature-lovers. Also stay on the lookout for game such as eland, bontebok and, if you’re lucky, caracal and mountain leopard. You wouldn’t ordinarily do every section of the road, so you wouldn’t need more than one night’s accommodation.

Getting there: From Ceres, follow directions to Prince Alfred Hamlet, and go over Gydo Pass. Turn right at the Kagga Kamma sign just after Op-die-Berg. Follow all the Kagga Kamma signs for about 50 kilometres until you reach the gate.

Kagga Kamma 4x4 Trails, Prince Alfred Hamlet area, Western CapeWhere to stay: The lodge has various luxury twosleeper caves and huts. Rates from R1 750 to R2910 a person a night sharing.

Prices Include three meals, two guided excursions and access to the 4×4 route. Camping sites are available 1,5 kilometres from the lodge.

Who to contact Tel 021-872-4343, email Website

Read Getaway Magazine’s Article on all the best 4×4 Trails in South Africa

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