Gariep - A Forever Resort - Gariep Dam, Transgariep

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Gariep - A Forever Resort

Gariep Dam, Transgariep - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

Half way between Cape Town and Gauteng you will find a beautiful resort and watersport paradise. Gariep Dam is one of our countries largest dams.

Gariep, a Forever resort is accommodation in Gariep dam, this hotel and tourism group is a collection of an assortment of holiday accommodations for each and every individual preference. Passionate and inspired by accommodation they aim to bring affordable and appropriate accommodation to the individual holiday maker.

Numbers don't lie

With a 3 star grading under its belt, 3 travel accolades, 20 different properties under the Forever Resorts and many years in the travel and hospitality industry, the Forever group stands above other Gariep Dam hotels, spas and lodges. An AA Travel Guide accolade, a Federated Hospitality Association and a nod of approval from the Tourism and Grading Council the Forever Resort Group is leaving its mark in the hospitality industry and here are some of the reasons why....

Forever Resort is proudly South African and holds a passion for accommodation and accommodation that is affordable to all.
A strong inclination to giving back to society through an academy and training initiatives for the staff that work there.
An inspired attitude towards people, travel and the African continent.

It's all in the range

Forever Resort is a specialist holder of 20 properties and guests have the luxury of selecting their holiday venues from the range. The range of accommodation includes lodges and bungalows, spas, weddings and events, conference venues, camping sites, adventure holidays and caravan parks, self catering resorts as well as bed & breakfasts.

With all of them offering full amenities such as laundry facilities, pools, restaurants, internet access, BBQ facilities, Master and Visa Card facilities, restaurants, and rooms that have their own private amenities. The self-catering accommodation in Gariep Dam offers the best in all their accommodations and give guests the best service.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Gariep - A Forever Resort, Gariep Dam, Transgariep

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Diners Club
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
  • Wedding Facilities
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Gariep - A Forever Resort, Gariep Dam, Transgariep

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Federated Hospitality Association
  • Tourism Grading Council

Things to do near Gariep Dam, Transgariep

Philippolis Tourism - Philippolis, Tourism Information

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In the Free state province lies the small town of Philippolis. In 1823 it was founded as a missionary outpost for the Bushmen and was named after John Philip. Philipolis is the oldest settlement in the free State and the town has been the centre of the old Griqua captaincies and was caught up in the cataclysmic events of the Boer War. The writer Sir Laurens van der Post was born in this town and ...

Reddersburg Tourism - Reddersburg, Tourism Information

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on the N6, only 60km south of Bloemfontein, Reddersburg's history is linked to that of the Reformed Church community. This town had its beginning as a new Dutch Reformed parish on the farm Vlakfontein bought for 1500 pounds for that purpose on 20 August 1859. The village was laid out two years later and named Reddersburg - 'Saviour's Fort', the name of the town related directly to the Saviour, Jesus ...

Smithfield Tourism - Smithfield, Tourism Information

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Smithfield may not be the centre of the universe as some of its people would have you believe but it certainly does have a claim to being one of the most attractive and accessible small towns pretty well in the centre of South Africa - and an ideal weekend escape for the people of Bloemfontein. The third oldest town in the Free State has packed a lot of history into its 158 years. More recently ...

Trompsburg Tourism - Trompsburg, Tourism Information

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Trompsburg is a small agricultural town & one of Free State's best Marino sheep product manufacturers. The town lies in a cove between small hills & has the 2nd largest shearing barn in South Africa. Initially the town was known as Jagersfontein Road, before the branch railway was built from Springfontein to Koffiefontein via Jagersfontein. Later it was named Hamilton after Sir Hamilton J. Goold-Adams, ...

Van Stadensrus Tourism - Van Stadensrus, Tourism Information

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Van Stadensrus is a relatively young town which was proclaimed only in 1925. It was named after the founder, M. H. van Staden, who owned the farm Mook on which the town was laid out in 1920. He also built the nearby Egmeni or Egmont Dam. Activities to be enjoyed is at the Egmont Dam, on the Wepener road which offers a caravan park and camping sites and can be used for water sport. ...

Wepener Tourism - Wepener, Tourism Information

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Located on the border with Lesotho, the town is named after Louw Wepener, the leader of the Boers in their war with the Basotho chief Moshoeshoe I in 1865. It is situated in the golden fields of wheat, sunflower and maize and has a reputation for friendliness and traditional hospitality. Much of Wepener's attractions are based on its stormy past. The district of Wepener was the scene of many battles, ...

Zastron Tourism - Zastron, Tourism Information

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Zastron is an active agricultural town and with the breathtaking landscape, creased with mountains, this is definately a place not to be missed. Full of 4x4 trails, game farms, hunting opportunities, fishing, hiking trails, mountainbiking, river rafting, and many more, there are endless ways for the outdoorsman to be entertained here. With the hunting concession on one of our game farms you ...

Gariep Dam Tourism - Gariep Dam, Tourism Information

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Gliders visit Gariep Dam annually from all over the world to come and set new records with the best gliding conditions in the world with the proof of setting the longest distance travelled world record at Gariep Dam. The nearby nature reserve has one of the biggest black wildebeest herds in the world. There is a long water tunnel nearby. This tunnel isone of the longest tunnel in the world and is so ...

Springfontein Tourism - Springfontein, Tourism Information

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Springfontein is an important railway junction. The lines from Port Elizabeth and East London to Gauteng converge here while another line runs west to the diamond-producing town of Koffiefontein via Jagersfontein and Fauresmith. The town derives its name from a strong artesian spring on the farm Springfontein. Hartleydale, part of this farm, was chosen as the site for the new village in 1904. Municipal ...

Bethulie Tourism - Bethulie, Tourism Information

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Bethulie is the ideal place for a weekend break away or stopover en-route via the N1 or N6. It is situated close to the impressive Gariep (Xhariep) Dam which supplies numerous water sport opportunities. San Rock art in the district, less than 20km from Bethulie, gives evidence of the early San in the area, while the movements of the Voortrekkers, and the strife of numerous wars can be seen ...

Edenburg Tourism - Edenburg, Tourism Information

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Edenburg is friendly, cozy ladies bar welcomes one to refreshment throughout the day & one can enjoy big screen sport broadcasts. On some nights, one can enjoy local ballroom dancing as well as 'Sokkie� (traditional Afrikaner dancing) dances at the pub. Songs vary from �Boere� (farmers) music, Afrikaans chart toppers to other genres of preference. The library serves as an information ...

Fauresmith Tourism - Fauresmith, Tourism Information

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Fauresmith is the only town in South Africa, and one of only three in the world, where the railway line runs down the centre of the main road. The town is well known in equestrian circles for the annual National Equestrian Endurance Race, during which the horses and riders must complete a grueling 205km course during the three days of the event. Winters are extremely cold with temperatures ...

Jacobsdal Tourism - Jacobsdal, Tourism Information

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Jacobsdal a small farming community lays claim to having the first wine cellar ever built outside of the Cape Province. Top quality wines are produced by Landzicht Wine cellar internationally known for its quality. Contact Tourism Office by phoning them. ...

Jagersfontein Tourism - Jagersfontein, Tourism Information

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Jagersfontein is the home of the BLUE-WHITE-JAGGER-DIAMOND. The largest numbers of the worlds biggest gem stone diamonds of exceptional quality were produced here. Of the ten biggest diamonds ever found in the world, two came from this mine. Jagersfontein was a typical mining town of its time and it could offer its inhabitants all the pleasures and joys of similar towns elsewhere in the world. ...

Luckhoff Tourism - Luckhoff, Tourism Information

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Luckhoff was established on the farm Koffiekuil (`coffee pool') in 1892 and named for the Rev H.J. Luckhoff, Dutch Reformed minister of Fauresmith when the new congregation was formed. Dutch Reformed Church is a100 years old (1892) , build out of stones from the area. In front of the City Hall stands a gas lamp that was used as a streetlight in earlier years. Gunpowder houses from the Anglo-Boer ...

Oviston Tourism - Oviston, Tourism Information

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Oviston proved to be a very popular place and instead of the village being demolished it was handed over to the Venterstad Municipality in the late 1970's. The houses are predominantly made from asbestos, with zinc roofs. With the asbestos panelling, it is a lot easier to change the shape of your house, without the hassle of building. These panels are double-layered with insulation in-between ...

Directions to Gariep - A Forever Resort

Map of Gariep - A Forever Resort in Gariep Dam, Transgariep

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Directions to Gariep - A Forever Resort

GPS Co-Ordinates: 25° 29' 42.2" E / 30° 36' 6.3" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Gariep - A Forever Resort in Gariep Dam, Transgariep

Departing: Bloemfontein Airport
Address: Unnamed Road, Bloemfontein Airport (BFN), Bloemfontein 9301, South Africa
Distance: 197 km / Duration: 2 hours 8 mins
1. Head south
Go through 1 roundabout
1.9 km
2. Turn right to merge onto N8 toward Bloemfontein 7.2 km
3. Turn left onto Nelson Mandela Rd/N8 1.2 km
4. Turn left onto Markgraaff St 0.6 km
5. Continue onto President Boshof St 0.7 km
6. Continue onto Kolbe Ave 1.0 km
7. Continue onto Curie Ave 1.8 km
8. Continue onto Jagersfontein Rd 2.7 km
9. Turn left to merge onto N1 toward Colesberg 154 km
10. Turn left to stay on N1 18.1 km
11. Take the exit toward R701 0.9 km
12. Turn left onto R701 4.0 km
13. Turn left toward Tinktinkie St 0.3 km
14. Take the 1st right onto Tinktinkie St 0.9 km
15. Continue onto Loerie St 1.2 km
16. Turn right onto Patrys St 0.1 km

Nearest Airport

Bloemfontein Airport - Bloemfontein

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President Jacob Zuma renamed Bloemfontein International Airport to Bram Fischer International Airport on 13 December 2012. Bram Fischer was a lawyer notable for anti-apartheid activism.

Bram Fischer International Airport caters for more than 400 000 passengers per year and is only 15 kilometres from Bloemfontein city centre.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Gariep Dam, Transgariep

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Gariep Dam, Transgariep » Current Current
Springfontein, Transgariep » 35 mins 47.4 km
Philippolis, Transgariep » 1 hour 5 mins 53.9 km
Trompsburg, Transgariep » 46 mins 73.2 km

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