Camdeboo National ParkGraaff-Reinet
The massive expanse of the Camdeboo National Park stretches over 19 405 hectares and includes the town of Graaff-Reinet as well as the Sneeuberg Mountains.
The park showcases an awe-inspiring display of the beauty and ruggedness of nature. A large part of the park sits around 740 to 1480 metres above sea-level. The most impressive and beautiful area of the park is known as the Valley of Desolation where pillars of dolerite rock, formed by erosion, reach up to heights of 90 – 120 metres.
A number of different animals can be found in the park including the bat-eared fox, meerkat, springbok, black wildebeest, Cape buffalo, and the Cape Mountain Zebra.