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The Northern Cape, Springbok
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Set in a narrow valley bisecting the granite domes of the Klein Koperberge (small copper mountains), is the principal town of Namakwa, Springbok. Shortened from Springbokfontein in 1911, it owes its existence to copper-mining undertaken after 1850 and a ready supply of water.
In the late 1870s, rich copper deposits at Okiep saw most Springbok residents following their dreams to drought-stricken claims. Many returned.
The British fort built on the hillock in the centre of town during the Anglo-Boer War was destroyed by dynamite planted by a commando led by General Jan Smuts.
Establishments in and around Springbok, The Northern Cape
Desert Rose is an up-market Guest House, situated in the heart of Namaqualand, Springbok, offering superb B&B and self catering accommodation at reasonable rates. The guest house was...
R300 to R450 per person
At Rendezvous you can enjoy overnight accommodation in a colonial atmosphere, set against picturesque mountain surroundings. Fully equipped bedrooms in separate 2 to 5 bed...
R200 to R750 per person
Undulata Lodge is a cosy bed and breafast situated in the heart of Namaqualand - Springbok, South Africa. We are less than 3 km's from the N7 highway, making us the perfect...
R350 to R400 per person
Feel at home at this Springbok accommodation where you will receive a warm, friendly welcoming. Annie’s Cottage is full of charm and a ‘bit of magic’, and around the town and...
R450 to R670 per person sharing
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Springbok’s first, it includes a walking trail offering views of the town from its western outskirts.
Directions to Springbok Tourism:
Map and directions to Springbok Tourism.
Directions to Springbok Tourism
29° 40' 35.6" S
17° 53' 8.6" E
Springbok Regional Tourism Office
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