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Wild Card Members: 10% discount at Namaqua Flowers Beach Camp

Date: 2012-08-14

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The Namaqua flowers are calling. Imagine waking amidst fields of flowers and stepping from your tent onto an untouched beach...

At the luxurious Flowers Beach Camp in Namqua National Park you can enjoy elegant meals, coastal walks and 4x4 trips in splendid seclusion. Operated by SANParks and Chiefs Nomadic Camps, this exclusive camp will be open during the flower season only. So make a date to see nature's most spectacular show.

Dates:
9 August - 16 September 2012

Reservations:
Tel: (012) 428 9111
email: reservations@sanparks.org

All meals are catered.
Terms and Conditions apply. 
10% discount at Namaqua Flowers Beach Camp exclusive to Wild Card members. 

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