What to do within 150km:
Landzicht Cellar Tours
We would love to take you on a tour through our cellar! Bookings essential.
Confluence of the Orange and Vaal Rivers
Just outside of Douglas you’ll find the spot where the mighty Orange and Vaal Rivers meet to form a force to be reckoned with.
Broadwater River Estate
Broadwater is a private River Escape that nestles on the banks of the Vaal River near Kimberley and the town of Douglas in the Northern Cape Province. Enjoy a cocktail or a glass of Landzicht while listening to fish eagles and watching the sunset over the river.
Mokala National Park
SANPark’s youngest National Park, Mokala, is nestled in the hills and boasts a variety of koppieveld (hills), large open plains, breathtaking sunsets and indigenous wildlife.
Big Hole, Kimberley
In the capital of the Northern Cape, Kimberley, you’ll find the largest hand-dug excavation in the world. About 150 years ago, word got out that diamonds have been discovered here, followed by thousands of prospectors who created the hole in search of instant riches.
Felidae Centre is a wildlife reserve conserving the African wild cats and predators in their natural habitat and is located in the Free State province just a short distance from Kimberley.
Also in the Northern Cape:
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
The Kgalagadi Transfontier Park is a vast wildlife preserve in the Kalahari Desert region of Botswana and South Africa, bordering Namibia to the west. It’s characterized by red dunes and dry rivers. Wildlife includes migrating herds of wildebeest and springbok, plus predators like raptors and black-maned Kalahari lions. Various lodges and wildnerness camps offer game-viewing drives and guided walks with park rangers.
In the heart of the Northern Cape desert, you can witness one of the most remarkable wonders of nature. In the spring, from mid-July to the end of September, a wide variety of colourful flowers create a botanical spectacle, provided there has been sufficient winter rain.
The Augrabies Falls is a waterfall on the Orange River within the Augrabies Falls National Park. The falls are around 56 m in height. The original Khoikhoi residents named the waterfall "Ankoerebis" — "place of great noise" — from which the Trek Boers, who settled here later on, derived the name, "Augrabies”.