Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve
Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is nestled in the wilderness of the Swartruggens area, in the peaceful Southern Cederberg Mountains, in the Western Cape. The Reserve is renowned for its scenic beauty and dramatic rock formations typical of the region. With a rich and fascinating Cultural Heritage, this area offers spectacular scenery, ancient Rock Art sites, amazing indigenous fauna and flora, phenomenal night skies and small critters that are scarcely seen in other parts of the country. The San and Khoi people lived at Kagga Kamma many years ago and today guests can see traces of their existence in the unique Rock Art that dates back 1200-6000 years. The unique accommodation options add to the sense of adventure. Choose between a ‘Cave’ Suite, beautifully integrated with the sandstone rock formations; or spacious Hut Suites, resembling the traditional dwellings of the San people. For a truly remarkable experience, the beautiful Open-Air Suites allow for an entire night under the stars, without compromise on comfort, as you drift off with just the covers between you and the heavens above. Admire astonishing views; traverse the Nature Reserve on foot, two wheels or four. Cool off in the pool, eat dinner under the stars and experience the tranquillity and bliss that this destination offers.