Set like a diamond amidst the dusty red plains of the Northern Cape, Loch Maree guest farm stands as a lone sentinel in the surrounding vast expanse of the Kalahari Desert.
Our camps are unfenced, so you are truly at one with nature with the veld right on your doorstep. You may be tempted to think of the Kalahari as just being sand, but that is not entirely true.
There is a rich abundance of flora and fauna to be seen, and it is these resources that have made existence in the Kalahari possible for the San people. These nomadic hunter-gatherers have lived here more than 20,000 years, and are believed to be the oldest permanent residents of southern Africa.
You can also watch the antics of the delightful meerkat; the Kalahari being the place where British television series, Meerkat Manor, was filmed.
Kalahari-foto’s1 With a thousand hectares of game reserve to explore and horizons that seemingly stretch forever beneath big skies and fiery sunsets, this is a land where you can truly lose yourself – and find yourself at the same time.
Join Johann and Retha for an unforgettable experience in the beautiful unspoiled wild of the Kalahari.
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