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Gannakouriep Wilderness Camp

Gannakouriep Wilderness Camp

Gannakouriep is situated in a rocky valley that has a wild feeling about it. Each chalet has its own unique design, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom and is fully equipped with cooking utensils, cutlery, linen and fridge/freezer. Solar panels provide light and gas geysers provide hot water. It also caters for people using wheelchairs. Please note that the water at Gannakouriep is very high in mineral content and is therefore not suitable for drinking. Guests should bring their own drinking water.

Potjiespram Camp Site

Potjiespram Camp Site

Pootjiespram is the largest campsite in the Richtersveld. Only eleven kilometres from Reception, it is situated on the banks of the Orange River and is a favourite first stop camp site as it is away from the more built up Sendelingsdrift. Although there are cold water ablutions the sites are still very informal and well spread out. The educational centre, has a large boma. It is well away from the main camping site and can be booked for school groups. Potjiespram is 15km from the Reception.
Potjiespram has three different sections - block A, B and C. All sections have openings to reach the river.

Sendelingsdrif Rest Camp

Sendelingsdrif Rest Camp

All visitors to the Park have to report to the Reception at Sendelingsdrift, which is just inside the main gate. The ten chalets are perfect for the first night’s stopover or for those just wanting to make use of the pont. They are built in the style of an old mining camp and equipped with air conditioning, fridge and two plate electric stoves. The front porches all have views over the Orange (Gariep) River and there is a swimming pool. The nearby camping site is basic and enclosed. The pont which takes you over the river to Namibia is close by.

Tattasberg Wilderness Camp

Tattasberg Wilderness Camp

Tatasberg Wilderness Camp, within sight of the Orange River, is beautifully constructed of natural materials that blend into the surrounds. The uniquely designed chalets have their own design, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom and are fully equipped with cooking utensils, cutlery, linen and fridge/freezer. Solar panels provide light and gas geysers provide hot water.