This is one of the parks newest rest camps and it includes 10 comfortable chalets with 4 bed units capable of sleeping 4, and 6 units equipped for 2. The chalets have air conditioning, a two plate electric stove and a fridge.
The units have their own showers, a front stoep with the view of the Gariep River and the camp has a communal swimming pool.
With 18 campsites and an educational centre where visiting school groups can learn about the environment while staying over in traditional Nama huts, this camp is one of the parks more rustic options.
The camp has communal ablution facilities but only cold water is available.
This site has 12 camps and communal ablution facilities.
It is the parks most popular camp site.
This camp site has only 6 spots and a communal ablutions facility with only cold showers.
The camp offers stunning views of the river, as it is situated right on the banks.
With dry toilets and no water available (the closest water point can be found 32km away in Richtersberg), this camp site offers 8 camping spots.
It is accessible through Sendelingsdrift and it is characterised by its rustic appeal. Guests will have no access to electricity or washing/bathing facilities.
Each of these camps have 4 self-catering units with showers and only 2 beds. The units are equipped with fridges, gas stoves and a 12 volt lighting system. There are also paraffin lanterns should there be an issue with the lights. There is a caretaker living on site and each unit will be swept out and the surrounding areas kept clean. It is up to the guests to wash up after themselves and generally keep their unit tidy while staying here.
The water available at Ganakoeripe and Tatasberg is not suitable for drinking. Guests should always pack enough water for themselves when visiting.