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Telephone Connection Issues

Due to our remote location and occasional extreme weather conditions, we do experience difficulties with our telephone line from time-to-time. If you are having trouble reaching us telephonically, please send us an email to reservations@kaggakamma.co.za . We look forward to assisting you with your enquiry.

Location

Address: R303, Koue Bokkeveld, Cederberg, 6836
GPS Co-ordinates: Latitude: 32°44'49.68"S Longtitude: 19°33'46.94"E

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Gravel Road to Kagga Kamma
Please note that the last 35km to Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is a scenic gravel road. Although the gravel road is traversable in a normal sedan vehicle all year round, the condition of the last 10km of road does change and may deteriorate somewhat from time-to-time, due to prevailing weather conditions and / or lack of municipal maintenance, which events are, unfortunately, outside of our control. Please drive carefully and slowly and make the most of the opportunity this affords for you to slow things down and enjoy the splendour of nature that surrounds you on the way to Kagga Kamma.

Via Direct Route
3 hrs 19 min | 238km

This route is more direct and has a shorter travelling time. A number of wine farms can be visited along this route.
From Cape Town travel north on the N1, towards Worcester. Just before Worcester, take the R301 Ceres off-ramp on the left. Continue straight towards Ceres until you cross the Breede Rivier Bridge and turn right at the T-junction onto the R46 towards Ceres. Continue along Mitchell’s Pass until you enter Ceres. In Ceres, follow the directions to Prince Alfred Hamlet. After passing through Prince Alfred Hamlet and Gydo pass; continue straight towards the small town of Op-die-Berg. Turn right at the Ceres Karoo/Cederberg sign. After 25 km, turn right onto the gravel road at the Kagga Kamma sign. Travel straight for another 20 km on the gravel road. Turn left at the Kagga Kamma sign and travel for another 15 km, after which you will arrive at the entrance gate of Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve.

Via Bainskloof Pass
3 hrs 29 min | 223km

This route is more scenic than the direct route but is slightly slower. Please drive cautiously through the Pass as the road can be narrow and travels along the precipice of the mountain range. A number of wine farms can be visited along this route.
From Cape Town travel north on the N1. Turn left onto the R44 and continue along this route until you reach a fork just before the town of Windmeul. Stay left onto Champagne Street, which runs parallel to the R44. Continue on Champagne Street into Wellington; turn left at the T-junction onto Piet Retief Street and right onto Church Street. Continue on Church Street, through Wellington and exit onto the R301. The R301 takes you over Bainskloof Pass; turn right onto the R43 {Mitchell’s Pass} and continue to Ceres. In Ceres, follow the directions to Prince Alfred Hamlet and Gydo Pass; continue straight towards the small town of Op-die-Berg. Turn right at the Ceres Karoo/Cederberg sign. After 25 km, turn right onto the gravel road at the Kagga Kamma sign. Travel straight for another 20 km on the gravel road. Turn left at the Kagga Kamma sign and travel for another 15 km, after which you will arrive at the entrance gate of Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve.

ENTRANCE GATE TIMES:

Saturday to Thursday 07h30 - 18h30 | Friday 07h30 - 21h00

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