Namaqua National Park

4×4 trails, Beach, Cape Floral Kingdom, Glamping, Hiking, Northern Cape, Rock Art, Swimming, Walking, Wild flowers

Why Visit?

Namaqua National Park is simply stunning! A well-loved camping spot for locals and internationals, this eco-diverse landscape is well worth exploring. From whale-watching to photography, Namaqua National Park has it all!

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Getting There

6-hours drive, straight up the west coast from Cape Town, with its international airport. 14-hours from Joburg through South Africa’s arid interior.


The Skilpad (tortoise) Rest Camp offers four well-equipped and well-kept chalets, each sleeping two to three people.

The Luiperdskloof (leopard’s ridge) Guest Cottage sleeps four people in three bedrooms.

Delwerskamp, Groen River, Kwass, Varswater, Bamboeskamp, Skuinsklip, Koringkorrel Baai, Skuinsbaai Noord, and Boulders Baai are just a few of the fantastic coastal campsites to select from.


From to R175 to R800 per night for accomodation
R50 per adult, per day conservation fees for South Africans
R100 per adult, per day conservation fees for International Visitors

Namaqua Photos

Get inspired with these photos of the Namaqua National Park.

VISIT Namaqua

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

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