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Sendelingsdrif Rest Camp

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East Midlands, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed here during the RTW - awesome experience - they set up our tents, hot showers - although constantly looking out for scorpions, spiders and snakes (I saw none). Flushing toilets. Amazing setting.

Thank BigFootMidlands
canberra australia
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Our two night stay at the Rest Camp started poorly when we needed to travel considerable distances over quite corrugated roads in temperatures around 41 degrees. We arrived at the Camp and were told that we would not be able to continue our journey as planned because the punt across the Orange River into Namibia was not operating for the...

Thank judy08
Geneva, Switzerland
Reviewed 22 January 2017

The cabins are bit older, but still very clean and well-equipped. The little veranda is very pleasant and to have a glass of wine there surrounded by water and green after weeks of Namibian desert was bliss! We came from Namibia and crossed the Orange river with the pont – just drive down to where the road ends and if...

Thank HikingB00ts
Camps Bay, South Africa
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Whistle-stop into Richtersveld on the last night of our CPT - BOTS - NMB - CPT trip. The Sendelingsdrif pont over the Orange was the drawcard and the drive down from Sossusvlei goes some amazing scenery - dramatic and out of this world. The pont crossing is fun. The Richtersveld Nat Park reception is friendly and helpful, as was the...

Thank Lucinda D
Hillcrest, South Africa
Reviewed 8 November 2016

Spent some time at Tatasberg (really great) but realised that the 3 and half hour extra drive to Sendelingdrif before crossing the pontoon through Namibia to Kgalagadi would be a horrendously long day. So packed up all belongings and changed site for a couple days. Staff at Sendelingsdrif reception ably assisted in cancelling our Tatasberg accomodation and we had unit...

Thank irishmike60
Hermanus, South Africa
Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

The chalet itself was tidy and neat. It contained all the essentials and was generally neat upon arrival. The view from the patio however was obstructed by unkept bushes and the patio table was bent and generally not usable. The patio gets a lot of sun without proper shade from the roofing, making it uncomfortable to sit outside up to...

Thank jsleroux
Matlock, UK
Reviewed 2 May 2016

We stopped in one of the chalets overlooking the Orange River for one night. It was well equipped and comfortable, an ideal place to stop after a journey from Springbok via the coast, Port Nolloth and Alexander Bay (strange place, the first time I have had to pay to enter the town). There is a basic shop and fuel and...

Thank LesMatlockUK
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 March 2016

We stayed in a 4 person cabin for one night in February 2016 following two nights at the excellent De Hoop campsite. We chose Sendelingsdrif as we were headed to Namibia and we wanted to get away in good time to explore Ai Ais and Fish River canyon. Consequently, spending the first 2-3 hours driving to the Orange Rover pont...

1Thank a-fair-deal
Benoni, South Africa
Reviewed 8 July 2015 via mobile

This restcamp is right on the river close to the Ferry Crossing to Namibia. We were two couples, staying over for one night, passing through to Keetmanshoop. This little place surprised us. The chalets were fully equipped with braais outside overlooking the beautiful serene Orange River and sunset. The camp was clean and extremely neat. The staff was so friendly...

Thank Erika D
Paarl, South Africa
Reviewed 7 July 2015

We stayed in two chalets each housing two people. The chalet is small but fully equipped with two stove plates, micro-wave, zircon, kitchen utensils and a flat screen TV. Beautiful setting right on the river with green grass and braai outside.

2Thank Emarie B

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Additional Information about Sendelingsdrif Rest Camp

Address: 1 C13 Rd, Richtersveld Transfrontier National Park, South Africa
Region: South Africa > Northern Cape > Richtersveld Transfrontier National Park
Number of rooms: 10
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“Some of the chalets have quite a lot of vegetation in front of them so you don´t actually see the river or beyond it very much.”
HikingB00ts, 22 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Unit 12 was very adequate for a couple.”
irishmike60, 8 Nov 2016 | Read review
“All chalets have a river view”
LesMatlockUK, 2 May 2016 | Read review
“Not all rooms have TV... if that's what you really need out in the wilderness...”
WP664, 2 Jan 2014 | Read review
“Unit 1 has a gap in the trees to see to the other side of the river.”
TeenaB, 6 Jan 2013 | Read review
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