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Enjoyed our visit although we were in a normal car and out with flower season. Landscapes on their own made up for this with vast plains of nothingness! Saw a few animals while on our visit and only one other car the whole day!! Road...More
Coming through from Soebatsfontein, one sees the ravages of the recent drought. But we were lucky enough to see springbok, hare, klipspringer. Near Skilpad the flowers were out and that made it worthwhile. Roads need attention. Hosts a Skilpad farm stall were great in fixing...More
Namaqua is in the grip of a terrible drought so the wildlife and flowers are lacking at the moment, but it is still a wonderful little park with very helpful staff, and the cottages are some of the best value we have come across. Stunning...More
It's a nice, small parc to visit if you are on you're way to the north or south. Sleeping in one of the 4 cottages is a great experiance. Nice short hiking trails and great views (also with bad weather).
Although we were not expecting to see any flowers due to the devastating drought, we had been told to expect to see a fair amount of game.
Despite travelling through the park for hours on end along dirt roads the only game we actually saw...More
So we've planned trip for ages.... drive all the way up to Steenbok to drive slowly south and stopping everywhere for the flowers... and there is a drought disaster!! The worst drought in a century! Meaning = no flowers!!! I wish all the web pages...More
We camped here in the middle of winter and what a great experience. We camped at Delwerskamp near Groenrivier entrance. The campsite is next to the roaring oceans, the braai area enclosed for the wind and the eco-toilets a comfortable walk from the camp site....More
Lovely stay even though flowers not yet out. Very preaceful with beautiful cottages with views. All private cottages 1 and 2 a bit closer together cottages 3 and 4 a bit more set apart. Could sleep 2 adults and 2 ypung children on sleeper couch.
Well we do have a low range capability 4x4, but my husband is allergic to trail-bashing! This review is aimed at those considering visiting Namaqua out of flower season, and not necessarily wanting to do the Eco Trail.
We visited the Park in February, and...More