Karoo Menagerie

The Karoo National Park is an incredibly diverse conservation area, despite its arid nature, and while the flash floods is undoubtedly the part of our December 2022 visit to this park we will remember most vividly, the Karoo still dished up so much more for us (which it usually does)!

Remember that DeWetsWild can assist you with reservations in the Karoo National Park if you are planning a visit to this special place. During our December 2022 visit we slept one night in chalet 17 – an open plan unit with kitchenette, bathroom, two single beds and a sleeper couch – in the main camp. We also enjoyed two wonderful meals in the restaurant, and bought a few gifts and snacks in the amply-stocked shop.

Chalet #17 in Karoo National Park, December 2022

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24 thoughts on “Karoo Menagerie

  1. Anne

    It appears that a large number of visitors to the Karoo NP tend to spend only a night or two as a stopover between places – we have done that too. However, as your photographs show, there is so much to see and experience there that it is a place well worth spending more time in. We once spent a week there and were very sorry to leave. I am hoping we can do so again later this year.

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    1. DeWetsWild Post author

      Ons het lekker gesels oor die Laingsburg vloed toe ons daar deur gery het op die 17de Desember, Ineke, en veral gegewe dat elke stroompie tussen Beaufort-Wes en Laingsburg daardie oggend sterk geloop het!

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