Campgrounds in South Africa
5 bookable campgrounds in South Africa
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- Spacious farm site at the foot of the Swartberg mountains
- A 10-minute drive from Meiringspoort waterfall; Oudtshoorn 30 minutes
- A family-run working farm in the Klein Karoo; wild swimming possible
Powered grass site 4 x From £15.28/€18.08/A$26.04/$18.56/CA$23.71/CHF17.47/SEK189.36/DKK134.48/NOK177.51/ISK2,537/ARS2,496.55/CLP16,250/PEN71.76/NZ$28.75/ZAR300/PLN84.18/R$94.20/CZK440.35/RSD2,123/HUF7,087.58/RUB1,141.17/CN¥125.12 per night
- Family-friendly bush site on the stunning Elephant Coast
- Full-day guided safaris in Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Park from the site
- Pool, bar, canteen and regular bush baby feedings
Tortoise powered grass site 6 x From £12.23/€14.46/A$20.83/$14.84/CA$18.97/CHF13.98/SEK151.49/DKK107.58/NOK142.01/ISK2,030/ARS1,997.24/CLP13,000/PEN57.41/NZ$23/ZAR240/PLN67.34/R$75.36/CZK352.28/RSD1,698/HUF5,670.06/RUB912.93/CN¥100.09 per night Long Horn Beetle 1 bedroom cabin 2 x From £25.47/€30.13/A$43.39/$30.93/CA$39.51/CHF29.12/SEK315.60/DKK224.13/NOK295.85/ISK4,229/ARS4,160.92/CLP27,084/PEN119.61/NZ$47.91/ZAR500/PLN140.29/R$156.99/CZK733.91/RSD3,538/HUF11,812.63/RUB1,901.95/CN¥208.53 per night Cicada 1 bedroom cabin (ensuite) 3 x From £35.66/€42.19/A$60.75/$43.30/CA$55.32/CHF40.77/SEK441.84/DKK313.78/NOK414.19/ISK5,921/ARS5,825.29/CLP37,917/PEN167.45/NZ$67.08/ZAR700/PLN196.41/R$219.79/CZK1,027.47/RSD4,953/HUF16,537.68/RUB2,662.72/CN¥291.94 per night
- Small site five minutes from Springbok, deep in Namaqualand
- Excellent stopover for trips to and from Namibia
- Fully serviced with pool and laundry services
Powered grass and gravel site 4 x From £13.75/€16.27/A$23.43/$16.70/CA$21.34/CHF15.72/SEK170.42/DKK121.03/NOK159.76/ISK2,284/ARS2,246.90/CLP14,625/PEN64.59/NZ$25.87/ZAR270/PLN75.76/R$84.78/CZK396.31/RSD1,910/HUF6,378.82/RUB1,027.05/CN¥112.61 per night
- Peaceful, safe and secure farm site in the KZN mountains
- A 20-minute drive from Volksrust and 45 minutes from Newcastle
- Simple pitches by a river for birdwatching and swimming
Primitive grass and sand site 4 x From £8.15/€9.64/A$13.89/$9.90/CA$12.64/CHF9.32/SEK100.99/DKK71.72/NOK94.67/ISK1,353/ARS1,331.50/CLP8,667/PEN38.27/NZ$15.33/ZAR160/PLN44.89/R$50.24/CZK234.85/RSD1,132/HUF3,780.04/RUB608.62/CN¥66.73 per night
- Privately-owned, family-run park in rural Northern Cape
- In Kamieskroon, 40 minutes' drive from Namaqua National Park
- Covered and open-air braai facilities; dogs allowed
Powered gravel and sand site 4 x From £15.28/€18.08/A$26.04/$18.56/CA$23.71/CHF17.47/SEK189.36/DKK134.48/NOK177.51/ISK2,537/ARS2,496.55/CLP16,250/PEN71.76/NZ$28.75/ZAR300/PLN84.18/R$94.20/CZK440.35/RSD2,123/HUF7,087.58/RUB1,141.17/CN¥125.12 per night
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South African safari? From bushveld to lowveld, plateau to coast, tropical forests to high up overhead, the spectacular Republic of South Africa is stuffed with animal and bird species to spot all the sunny day long.
Make wildlife watching top of your list when around this mammoth and diverse land, looking out for the African big five (elephants, lions, Cape buffalo, rhinoceroses and leopards) at wildlife havens such as the world-famed Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and the Waterberg Biosphere – along with zebras, giraffes, wallowing hippos, speedy cheetahs and over 500 species of bird.
And after that? Beaches are a mammoth must too: South Africa has around 2.500 kilometres of coastline, covering sandy stretches and high cliffs around the sightly Wild Coast, among the penguins of Robben Island and off the surfing and marine mammal spots of Coffee Bay. And then the Garden Route, full of comely forests and lagoons to potter around – and then a sightseeing trip or two around South Africa's cities such as Cape Town and Johannesburg…?
And after that? Other splendid sights and activities while South Africa camping (you'll need a mammoth amount of time) include canoeing or kayaking down the Orange River; hiking the peaks and canyons of the Drakensberg; venturing north from Cape Town to the mountains and vines of South Africa's Winelands, and investigating life, the universe and everything: this part of the continent has some of the oldest human fossil sites in the world, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Cradle of Humankind. That needs to be near the top of any South African sightseeing list too.