Cape - South Africa
Welcome to the Northern Cape. Stayinsa.co.za offers
a wide variety of accommodation in the Northern Cape. From hotels,
guest houses to self-catering and B&B's.
Cape Accommodation for all holiday and business travellers.
This luxury guest house overlooks the valley and basks in the reflection of the distance mountains.
There are 11 well appointed elegant air-conditioned spacious rooms which have their own entrances, M-Net TV, fans, heating, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer, tea and coffee ...
A very warm welcome awaits you at Victorian Guest Lodge. The lodge Kimberley.
The establishment is situated opposite the entrance of 'The Big Hole' and Kimberley Mine Museum & Diamond World and is within walking distance from the city centre. Victorian Guest Lodge offers gues ...
The Northern Cape is a dry region with fluctuating
temperatures and differing topographies. Its weather is typically
that of desert and semi-desert areas. In South Africa.
The winter rains to the Northern Cape bring to life
the glorious profusion of wildflowers that decorate the regions
from late August until the end of September. Kimberley, the capital
of the Northern Cape is well know for its history of diamonds
and many important battles of the devastating Anglo- Boer War
that lasted from 1899 to 1902 were fought in this region.
The Northern Cape is home to a diversity of game,
large numbers are protected in a variety of game reserves, and
Game Ranches and the vegetation features an enormous variety of
indigenous aloes and other succulents including 60 species of
The Green Kalahari a flourishing green valley marks
the path that the Orange River cuts through the Northern Cape
where farmers and, in particular, winemakers have learnt to use
every precious drop of water wisely.
The Augrabies Falls National Park and the Kgalagadi
Trans frontier Park (a combined conservation project between South
Africa and Botswana), where thousands of animals have found sanctuary,
are undoubtedly the two jewels of the region.
Just as diamonds let to the development of the Northern
Cape, the Namaqualand copper rush which began in the 1850's was
the catalyst for the rapid evolution of the remote and rugged
wasteland of the west.
The entire region is renowned for its exceptional scenery, fertile
agricultural lands, historic landmarks and charming country guest
house and Bed and Breakfast accommodation. And for those unfamiliar
with the Northern Cape there's the added thrill of exploring the