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31 Caravan Parks in South Africa. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:

Kumbagana Game Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Camps, Caravan Parks, Chalets, Game Lodges, Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Rustenburg

The self-catering chalets are constructed in log cabin-style and are fully equipped. From the verandah guests can vie...

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Harkerville Forest Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Caravan Parks, Resorts, Self Catering in Harkerville, Plettenberg Bay

The Lodge is situated within the boundries of SanParks, however it is a privately owned 1.9ha property. The guests ha...

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Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park

Caravan Parks in Grabouw

The Airstream Trailer Park idea was originally inspired by a natural rural setting so when The Daddy Long Legs Group ...

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Bluff Eco Park

Bungalows, Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Bluff, Durban

We have different types of accommodation from Caravanning & Camping with your own tent and accessories and use of...

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Aquacade Camp

Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Vioolsdrift

Aquacade Camp is located on the banks of the Orange River and is a haven to numerous bird species. The resort is situ...

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Fraaigelegen Farm

Caravan Parks, Cottages, Guest Farms, Self Catering in Tulbagh

With stunning views over the Tulbagh valley to the Waterval and Winterhoek Mountains, our cosy self-catering farm acc...

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Tkabies Camping & Self-catering

Camps, Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Keimoes

Tkabies Camping & Self-Catering is the ideal stopover for travellers on the N14, just 7 km outside of Keimoes on ...

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Country Park - Guest House Muldersdrift

Caravan Parks, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Muldersdrift, Johannesburg (Joburg)

Country Park Guest House is situated off Beyers Naude Drive, in the tranquil country atmosphere of Honeydew/Muldersdr...

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Hakusembe River Lodge

Bungalows, Caravan Parks, Game Lodges in Gonubie

Our accommodation is mainly air-conditioned, double-bedded Luxury Bungalows overlooking the river, all with en-suite ...

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Honey Nest Resort

Caravan Parks, Chalets, Self Catering in Derby

Discover the real African bush without the trimmings of civilization. Shady stands near a koppie and river. Secluded...

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Montagu Guano Cave Resort

Backpacker, Camps, Caravan Parks, Resorts, Self Catering in Montagu

Montagu Guano Cave Resort is a hidden gem located at the foot of the Langeberg mountain range in the Klein Karoo, whe...

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Lalanathi Caravan & Camping Park

Caravan Parks in Port Shepstone

Ditch the normal living, take a break and get in touch with yourselves in the relaxed natural environment of Lalanath...

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R140.0

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Umtentweni Caravan Resort

Caravan Parks in Umtentweni

Umtentweni Caravan Resort is a relatively small, quiet, attractive park with exceptionally high standards: we are pro...

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R460.0

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Thaba Nkwe Bushveld Inn

Backpacker, Bed and Breakfast, Camps, Caravan Parks, Chalets, Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Thabazimbi

Thaba Nkwe Bush lodge offers a truly unique experience for those who love the African bush with the convenience of be...

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R400.0

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De Hoop Collection Nature Reserve

Bed and Breakfast, Camps, Caravan Parks, Chalets, Cottages, Resorts in De Hoop Nature Reserve

Few other reserves offer as complete an outdoor experience as De Hoop- sea, sand dunes, the vlei, a floral sensation ...

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R1050.0

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Vanrhynsdorp Caravan Park & Self Catering

Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Vanrhynsdorp

After a long drive whether from Cape Town or Namibia you can come and relax in our self catering chalets or if you pr...

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Lake Pleasant Holiday Resort

Caravan Parks, Cottages, Self Catering in Sedgefield

A peaceful well shaded resort situated halfway between Wilderness and Knysna on the shores of the Garden Routes only ...

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R220.0

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Gourits River Guest Farm

Bed and Breakfast, Camps, Caravan Parks, Guest Farms, Guest Houses, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Albertinia

Gourits River Guest Farm lies in the heart of the Garden Route, overlooking the majestic Gourits River, the valley an...

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R305.0

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Fairhills Caravan Park

Caravan Parks in Margate

This is a quiet, family run caravan park and campsite situated in Ramsgate. It is only a short drive to the Blue Flag...

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R65.0

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Hluhluwe Gate Bush Camp

Bed and Breakfast, Camps, Caravan Parks, Chalets, Cottages, Game Lodges, Guest Farms, Guest Lodge, Resorts, Self Catering in Hluhluwe

The Hluhluwe Gate Bush Camp has accommodation in four chalets, each sleeping 2 people. All the rooms have en-suite ba...

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Bonamanzi Game Park

Bed and Breakfast, Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Hluhluwe

Bonamanzi Game Park, a private South Africa game reserve, safari lodge and natural heritage site, is also one of the ...

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R1550.0

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River Valley Caravan Park

Camps, Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Pennington

River Valley Resort and Caravan Park is a beautiful and sunny Self Catering accommodation holiday destination. River ...

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R90.0

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Klondyke Cherry Farm

Camps, Caravan Parks, Cottages, Self Catering in Ceres

Klondyke Cherry Farm is a working fruit farm in Ceres, with delicious cherries, pears and apples. The farm is situat...

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R450.0

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Wavecrest Resort

Caravan Parks, Cottages, Self Catering in Illovo Beach , Amanzimtoti

The sun is shining and the surf is up, what better place to escape to than the beautiful exclusive resort town of Ill...

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R320.0

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Scottburgh Caravan Park

Camps, Caravan Parks, Self Catering in Scottburgh

The resort is only a 30 minutes drive south of Durban, and Scottburgh Caravan Park is The One on the Beach. As a popu...

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R175.0

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Port o’Call Caravan Park

Caravan Parks in Southbroom

Port O’ Call is situated along the beachfront in Trafalgar, a small coastal town on the lower south coast of Kwazulu-...

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R150.0

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Leisure View Caravan Park & Self-Catering

Caravan Parks in Port Edward

Leisure View Holiday Resort is a little piece of paradise with the turquoise blue sea spreading out in front of you a...

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R170.0

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Bergville Caravan Park and Chalets

Caravan Parks in Bergville

The Bergville Caravan Park is situated on the foothills of the Drakensberg and on the banks of the Tugela River. Some...

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R300.0

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Kambati River Lodge

Camps, Caravan Parks, Resorts in Swellendam

Welcome to Kam'bati. Here, where the Riviersonderend and Breede Rivers meet, is a fisherman's dream. It boasts the li...

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R135.0

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Marcuskraal 4x4 and Campsite

Caravan Parks in Citrusdal

"Marcuskraal 4x4 and Camp Site" is situated 20km from Citrusdal just off the N7 and is approximately 2 hours' drive f...

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More info about South Africa

Welcome to South Africa - one of the most culturally and environmentally diverse countries in the world, not to mention friendly too. We’re a proud country, with a rich heritage; and home to one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders - Table Mountain. But that’s not all we have to offer. Each province is unique, and visitors can expect to find something different in each one; from our blue flag beaches, mountainous regions, dry savannahs, and national parks - you’ll find a place that speaks to you.

 

Things to do

South Africa is known for many things, but it’s mountain ranges are one of the most spectacular. For those of you heading to Cape Town a trip up Table Mountain is a must. If you’re a hiker, it would be worth your while to go up it’s many paths and come down via Cable Car. For those less inclined to climb, the cable car goes both up and down, giving you spectacular 360 degree views of the Mother City. And Table Mountain is merely the start; the majestic Drakensberg and Magaliesberg mountain ranges are something to behold.

While our gorgeous scenery will enrapture you, our wildlife will enthrall you. Voted the world’s number one safari destination, South Africa is the place for awesome wildlife sightings. The Kruger National Park is by far the most popular destination, and promises frequent Big 5 sightings. For those wanting to avoid large crowds, the private game reserves which surround the Kruger are ideal. To truly escape into the wilderness, and away from people, then Sawbona in the Western Cape or Hluhluwe in KZN should be on your list. Both are award winning safari destinations, that offer Big 5 sighting, spectacular natural wonders, and close encounters with  South Africa’s wildlife.

If you’re more of water-baby than a land-lover then South Africa’s multitude of coastal towns should keep you happy and busy. The sub-tropical climate of the east-coast and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean makes Durban, Margate, Ballito, and Jeffreys Bay, to mention just a few, ideal places to stay if you’re in search of an island-feel to your holiday. Surfing and bodyboarding are by far the most popular activities along the coast, and for those with experience, you’ll get to enjoy the thrill of surfing two of the best surf spots in the world with two international surf competitions held in Durban and  Jeffreys Bay respectively. For those just starting out, there are plenty of places to take fun-filled lessons. Other popular activities include swimming, snorkelling and swimming - regardless of the time of year. For those intune with waterlife Hermanus is a must visit is the month of September, where the Southern Right Whales come to birth.

While the water is colder along the west-coast, the untouched beaches, wild natural surrounds and high-thrill adventure activities make it a truly unique african adventure. The coastal towns of Paternoster, Elands Bay, Langebaan, and Arniston are among favourites of the locals and offer activities such as surfing, kitesurfing, diving, and even shark cage diving!


 

Where to eat

Each province in South Africa offers truly unique local fare, which reflects both the culture of the people and the place, as well as South Africa as a whole.

If you’re visiting the Mother City (Cape Town) the Mzolis is the place to go! Here you’ll tuck into traditional braai meat, pap and local beer, while enjoying a vibey party atmosphere with the locals.

Get stuck into traditional Cape Malay dishes at Joburg’s District Six Eatery. The historically named restaurant offers a selection of dishes that will open your eyes to a whole new culture, while tantalizing your taste buds.

Dining in Bloem you’ll find a blend of BaSotho and traditional Afrikaans food blending together to bring you a truly unique gastronomic blend of the Free State. De Oude Kraal Country Estate, serves up hearty traditional dishes, that have been refined to set even the most delicate taste buds a-watering.

The Jock Pub and Grill is the place to go if you want a true local experience. Named after beloved South African legend, Jock of the bushveld, the restaurant serves food that has itself become legendary in the Mpumalanga city.

For a respite from the Northern Cape heat, slide into a stylish table at the Lemon Tree in Kimberley. The cool, relaxing ambiance, modern interior, and good old fashioned fare make the restaurant a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.

Tuck into truly South African seafood dishes, all fresh from the day’s catch at Barnacles restaurant in Port Elizabeth. Fresh Kingklip, Hake, oysters and mussels are all on the menu, along with a fine selection of shellfish. And the best part, other than the food of course, the stunning ocean views.

Get hot and bothered with delightfully (and sometimes painfully) spicy food in Durban. The city which has the largest Indian population outside of India, is famed for it curry dishes and restaurants. For truly tantalizingly hot plate pop into local favourite House of Curries.

If you’re keen for lunch with the lions, then make Pilanesberg Centre, in the North-West’s Pilanesberg National Park. Situated in the very middle of the park, this historic building provides gorgeous views of the surrounds, enjoys visits from the locals, oh, and serves the best boerie roll in the country!

Craft beer tasting, delish freshly-made dishes and a friendly vibe make Dewside Restaurant and Brewery one of the most well known, and highly recommended spots to go for lunch or dinner in the Waterberg region of the Limpopo. All their craft beers are locally made, and capture the very flavour of South Africa, while their menu offers a variety of South African favourites to tuck into.

 

Where to stay

South Africa is a melting pot of cultures, lifestyles and habitats. Our four most popular cities offer their own experience as well as act as gateways to the rest of the magic this country has to offer.

Those in search of the hip city-life vibe, should definitely add Cape Town and Joburg to their places to go and see. Each city offers it’s own urban culture, history and experiences. Cape Town, with it’s stunning mountain ranges and famed beaches, offers a relaxed and artistic take on life. Join the hipsters in one of the many artisan coffee shops and art fairs, or chill at the seaside restaurants and cocktail bars of Camps Bay and Green Point with the socialites. The surfers and skaters are super friendly and welcome visitors to their local spots and hangouts; and everyone comes together at the many Saturday and Sunday Markets taking place in Gardens, Grand Parade, Woodstock, Muizenberg, Hout Bay and Milnerton.

Joburg, the City of Gold, is often called the New York of the Southern Hemisphere. Sophisticated, fast-paced and super-trendy, it offers visitors a multitude of upmarket experiences - the South African way. Disappear into Sandton and spend your days browsing high-fashion stores and fine art galleries, while a trip to Melrose will see you relaxing in leafy courtyards enjoying brunch or visiting the Saturday NeighbourGoods Market. Rosebank is the place to stay in the city, and is central to all the major destinations in the city centre. Of course Joburg is on the outskirts of the Kruger National Park, making it a favoured gateway to South Africa’s most famous Wildlife Sanctuary.

Durban and Port Elizabeth are the two major South African cities you can visit to just get away from it all. Durban offers a totally laid-back way of life, with city life tending to flow like the ocean’s tides. Find solace in the waves, or just on the beachfront of one the cities six blue flag beaches. If you’re not keen to head into the sea, check out the wavehouse, where you can ride simulated waves, sans sealife and wetsuits. A drive along the coast will not only allow you to take in the sub-tropical scenery of the city, but also stop at on of it’s many weekend markets. You'll find anything from authentic Indian curries, to locally made surfwear and trinkets.

Quiet, relaxed, friendly, and gorgeous; these are the words used to describe one South Africa’s smaller cities. Port Elizabeth, or PE as it is called by the locals, is the place to go if you want to feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, but with all the comforts and safeties a city provides. This is the place to go for lazy days on the beach, hikes and horse riding; or anything to do with being out in nature. For those wanting just a little more, there are the a variety of markets to pop into on the weekends, as well as the Aquarium and Dolphin arena, and the games, restaurants and activities offered at the Boardwalk.

South Africa offers a wide variety of accommodation types; which suit every need and budget you can imagine. Click here to browse through and find what you’re looking for!

 

Transport

Air: South Africa has three major international airports; O.R Thambo in Johannesburg; King Shaka in Durban, and Cape Town International Airport. All three of these are gateways into the country for International visitors. If you prefer to fly from destination to destination, not to worry, there are airports in and around the country's most popular locations and cities, in which both charter and local airlines use.

Car Rental: For the most part it is best to rent a car when visiting the country, as the local transport is known to be unreliable. It is easy enough to book car rental online or, if you decide you need it after arriving, in any of the major cities or towns.

Trains/buses/taxis: Most bus services in and around the country or relatively cheap and easy to use, although outside of the major cities they are quite infrequent. That said, the Myciti Bus in Cape Town, is highly recommended if you need an easy and affordable way to get around town and to and from the airport.  Mini-bus taxis are often unreliable and adhere to their own schedules. They can also be rather unsafe, and are best to avoid. Taxi cabs or Rikkis are great for short trips, but like most countries, they become quite pricey if you are travelling more than a few kms. Most trains in country are reliable during the week, but often don’t stick to schedule over the weekends. However, the Gau-train that runs through Joburg and Pretoria, is safe, reliable and an inexpensive way to travel through these major cities.


 

Did you know?

South Africa has many names and is often called the Rainbow Nation, RSA, SA, and Suid-Afrika. It’s official name is the Republic of South Africa.

There are eleven official languages in South Africa.

The country has only been a democracy for 21 years. Before 1994 South Africa was a minority ruled Apartheid (meaning separate) state.

South Africa is home to three Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, two of which lived on the same street - a world first. Former Presidents Nelson Mandela and F.W De Klerk were jointly awarded the 1993 Peace Prize, but it is Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who was awarded the prize in 1984, who shares the same street address as Nelson Mandela.

The Cradle of Life, where it is scientifically believed that human life began, is in the country’s Mpumalanga province.

South Africa is home to the Big Five.

In 1967 Dr. Christiaan Barnard performed the world’s first heart transplant at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town.

The country is comprised of nine province, namely: Gauteng; Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal,; Eastern Cape; Mpumalanga; Limpopo; Free State; Northern Cape; and North-West.

South Africa landlocks two countries - Swaziland, and Lesotho.

The country is home to some of the  world’s most diverse, indigenous plant and animal life, making South Africa sixth in the world’s declared 18 Megadiverse destinations.

About Caravan Parks

One of the most intimate ways of staying a night or more in the open, Caravan Parks are for guests willing to get closer to nature. There are also often a host of activities from canoes, fishing and hiking trails depending on the destination.If you have your very own caravan, this makes it the perfect choice for your trip as you will be able to make the most out of your budget. This form of accommodation is ideal for those on a budget, couples, small groups of friends and families.