Karoo National Park
Karoo National Park is dominated by the lofty Nuweveld mountains and rolling plains, where many species which originally occurred here now occupy their former ranges. Karoo National Park has a wide variety of endemic wildlife. Many species have been relocated to their former ranges - such as black rhino and buffalo, as well as Cape mountain zebra. Over 20 breeding pairs of black eagle find sanctuary within the park.
The Great Karoo is a vast and unforgiving landscape and being the largest ecosystem in South Africa, it is home to a fascinating diversity of life, all having adapted to survive in these harsh conditions. Karoo National Park is a convenient stopover on the N1 route between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Afsaal Cottage is an old Shepherds hut which has been upgraded. The Unit can accommodate two adults and two children. In front of the unit is a lit waterhole, providing 24 hour game viewing from the comfort of the porch.