The flower season is drawing closer and the Northern Cape will be welcoming admirers and photographers from all corners of the globe.
It’s official – the ‡Khomani Cultural Landscape has been declared a World Heritage Site.
The Oorlogskloof Nature Reserve is the best of both worlds – it’s a test of endurance for avid hikers and a feast for the eyes of nature lovers, especially during the province of extremes’ flower season.
The base camp at the |Ai/Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park is almost ready for the Richtersveld World Heritage Site MTB Tour, which is set to take place from 2 to 6 July.
Winter rainfalls in the province of extremes are a promise – the raindrops mean the flowers will bloom in spring. The Northern Cape’s flower season, as it’s known, is no ordinary springtime blossom.
The Riemvasmaak Hot Springs are one of the many natural wonders in the province of extremes. Located between the Orange and Molopo rivers in Riemvasmaak, the hot springs are surrounded by granite cliffs, and offer spectacular views of the mountain desert and wilderness.
There’s another long weekend coming up, at the end of this month. Why not make the most of it and explore the Northern Cape’s Kokerboom Food and Wine Route? Whether you’re looking for a family getaway, a leisurely day trip or thrilling desert adventures, you’ll find it all here.
Artists of all ages are invited to take part in the Riverine Rabbit Thinking Path and Artist Residency from 10 to 17 April 2017, at the Aart Huis in Loxton.