Home of the famous “Brulsand” or Roaring Sand of the Kalahari this incomparable eco destination is situated 236 km from Kimberley and 160km from Upington (N8).
Birdlife – this scenic park is teeming with bird life, including the Namaqua sandgrouse, sociable weaver and Africa`s smallest raptor - the pygmy falcon.
Dune Boarding – Experience the thrill of sand dune boarding and surfing on 20 – 30 meters high sand dunes. The white and copper-red sand dunes, not only offer exhilarant boarding but great Instagram opportunities.
Botanical Meander - A must for botanist… or aspiring ones. The curated 3.2km meander features 43 unique plant species.
Hiking and Biking - Discover one of the many Stone Age sites reflecting the changing lifestyles throughout many thousands of years or simply enjoy a meandering hike or bike ride appreciating the abundant wildlife and breathtakingly beautiful landscape.
4x4 Trail route – The challenging 15km long route meanders through towering dunes and the beautiful unexplored northern part of the reserve ending at Pepler’s Gat. A crystal-clear natural pool perfect for a refreshing swim and picnic. (Difficult grading 1 – 4)
Stargazing: Be captivated by the night the skies ablaze with a million stars.