Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve
Ceres, Breede River Valley - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:With this Nature Reserve in the Western Cape near the town of Ceres it's as if nature borrowed a slice of luxury, sprinkled it with rustic beauty, sealed it with a 4 star grading and named it Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve. Resting between the Cederberg Mountains and the Sandstone formations, Kagga Kamma captivates the guest by giving them the feel that they're sleeping in the hands of nature. This West Coast wild nature reserve is flanked by Cape Town's most sought after tourist attractions such as the famous Route 62 and Cape Winelands.
Man vs. luxury vs. nature
This Western Cape Lodge creates an exclusive holiday experience by combining the luxury of a 4 star lodge complete with spa and pools with the thrill of nature with its wild life safari's and tours. Here the guests enjoy a cocktail of the two worlds without it feeling forced. Luxury and nature are exuberantly expressed in the Cave Suites and the Thatched Rondavels which echo nature's essence and a standard of class that only this Ceres Accommodation can pull off. A more simplistic approach to luxury is also expressed in the Open Air Rooms. All the rooms are lavished with amenities like TV, phone, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning complete with en-suite bathrooms.
With a child friendly environment, Kagga Kamma supports an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. With fine dining experiences that are romantic and classic, the guest finds a way to unwind and relax in a private set-up. The restaurant is a stark representation of the Karoo's' love for food and people but it also serves Venision dishes and some of the World's palatable wines courtesy of the Cape's Winelands which are nearby. Romantic star gazing forms part of the guests leisurely activities in the star gazing observatory and guided tours pass the time with adventure. Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve resonates with nature and is the essence of Nature Reserves in the Western Cape.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, Ceres, Breede River Valley
- American Express
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Diners Club
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve, Ceres, Breede River Valley
- Tourism Grading Council
Things to do near Ceres, Breede River Valley
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 19° 32' 35" E / 32° 44' 3" S
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Driving to Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve in Ceres, Breede River Valley
|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: Airport, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 239 km / Duration: 4 hours 3 mins|
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|8.||Keep right at the fork, follow signs for N1/Paarl/Worcester and merge onto N1||20.6 km|
|9.||Take exit 47 for R44 toward Stellenbosch/R101/Klapmuts/Wellington||0.3 km|
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