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Orange River

South Africa
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Calm and Collected

So after the treats of cruising Zambezi and Okavango River, the Orange River is particularly tamed... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2017
Gingermint
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Marblehead, Massachusetts
Excellent Family Adventure

I can really recommend a 5-day trip with Bundi on the Orange River. The scenery is breathtaking and... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Liezlds
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Western Cape, South Africa
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Reviewed 13 May 2017

So after the treats of cruising Zambezi and Okavango River, the Orange River is particularly tamed in my opinion. The canyons surrounding it are relatively unimpressive, the birdwatching, a little limited. But nevertheless, the Orange river gives life to an agricultural industry in the area,...More

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Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

I can really recommend a 5-day trip with Bundi on the Orange River. The scenery is breathtaking and Bundi's team made sure that everyone had a fabulous and safe time. Despite the fact that there is a whole globe to explore, I would do this...More

Thank Liezlds
Reviewed 5 July 2016

We went at the beginning of Winter so the river was quiet which added to the magic. Our guides Petrus and Kevin took excellent care of our needs i.e. they guided the way down the river, cooked all meals, set up the porta-loo, safety talks,...More

1  Thank BigFootMidlands
Reviewed 4 April 2016

We just had a fantastic 5 day trip down the Orange River with Bundi Adventures (who I think took over from "River Rafters". We had a mixed group of adults and kids and were looked after fantastically. Bundi run the river in "crocs" rather than...More

Thank Roger L
Reviewed 3 October 2015

Rafting starts from an exellent campsite in Noordoever about 10km from the Namibia /South Africa border post. Situated on the banks of the Orange river, grassed and with ample space for at least two vehicles and tents each has a braai area and private, roofed...More

1  Thank cleopatraCapeTown
Reviewed 26 September 2015

We decided to overnight on the border of South Africa and Namibia before a long drive. We stayed at a lovely place called Felix River chalets. Very romantic star filled evenings and a good diner made it the perfect stop. Hired 2 canoes and a...More

Thank Frankiedaddy
Reviewed 23 February 2015

Absolutely stunning experience - as a family we kayaked down the Orange River. We started at the Amanzi Trails Base Camp near Noerdower in Namibia and kayaked for 65 kms - with 3 nights camping. The guides were fabulous - with skills from teaching us...More

4  Thank Nic0laann
Reviewed 3 February 2015

We did a over night kayak tour where we camped on the sand banks. The ambiance is just great. To the places we have seen you cannot go by car. It is an inspiring piece of nature. You'll have cliffs boulder fields monkeys and a...More

3  Thank quesst
Reviewed 7 November 2014

We spent four days and four nights kayaking along the Orange River. The scenery along the river is magnificent, particularly the area through the Richtersveld. Great bird life too. In the evening the stars come out to play in a big way. Paddling down the...More

4  Thank Angus M
Reviewed 2 November 2014

Go kyaking down the river. A really relaxing experience. Lots of beautiful birds to see and incredible views of Namibia.

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