Augrabies Falls National Park

Beach, Birding, Hiking, Leopard, Mountain Biking, Northern Cape, Rivers, Trail running, Walking, Waterfalls

Why Visit?

This national park was named for the spectacular waterfall that flows from the powerful Orange River, as the name implies. The Augrabies is known as the “Great Noise” by KhoiKhoi residents. This Northern Cape treasure is also home to the elusive leopard, as well as nocturnal favourites such as the bat-eared fox, African wild cat, Spotted genet, and aardwolf, among many more.

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Getting There

Augrabies is an hour and a half from Upington (the nearest major town and airport). 8-hours drive from Cape Town. 10-hours from Joburg.


Augrabies Falls lodging includes 59 chalets and bungalows, as well as caravan and camping sites.


From R300 to R2720 per person per night
R60 per adult, per day conservation fees for South Africans
R240 per adult, per day conservation fees for international visitors

Augrabies Falls Photos

Get inspired with these photos of the Augrabies Falls National Park.

VISIT Augrabies Falls

Go to the SANParks website to book your next day visit or holiday to the Augrabies Falls National Park.

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