Loch Maree Family Suite
Number of Rooms: 2
Maximum People per Room: 1 x 4 persons and 1 x 2 persons (sharing a bathroom)
Meals: Breakfast included and dinner on request “in fine dining, traditional Kalahari fashion”.
Other Facilities: Braai facilities, swimming pool
Supplies: A small shop with basic supplies located 10 km from Loch Maree Guest Farm.
Loch Maree Field Camp
Number of Huts: 3
Maximum People per Hut: 2 x 7 persons and 1 x 4 persons
Number of Camp Sites: 10 with ablution facilities, 4 showers and toilets
Power Source: Electricity – 220v, 15 amp, 24 hours
Self-Catering Facilities: Fully equipped field camp with 2 showers and 2 toilets and wood included
Loch Maree Bush Camp
Number of Camp Sites: Unlimited – in open veld
Power Source: None
Self-Catering Facilities: 2 showers (donkey for hot water) and 1 flush toilet, wood included
- Circular drive route in our Private Game Reserve (4×4 needed)
- Game drives with sundowners on Kalahari Dune
- Look out point with a shed and braai facility to view the Kalahari dunes
- Great views of the massive white salt pan amongst the dunes
- Swimming pool at main premises
For those who want something more comfortable – we offer a luxurious Family Suite with a swimming pool at your doorstep. Dinner is provided on request, so come and enjoy friendly Kalahari hospitality with your hosts, Johann and Retha Stadler.
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
While it is nearly 100 km further north of Loch Maree, it is well worth visiting the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. This national park is made up of two wildlife conservation areas: the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South Africa, and the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana. The park, with an area of 38,000 km2, consists of red sand dunes, sparse vegetation, occasional acacia thorn trees and the dry riverbeds of the Nossob and Auob Rivers. Wildlife is abundant, with plenty of scope for viewing the migratory herds of blue wildebeest, springbok, eland and red hartebeest.
We are on the Kalahari Red Dune Route (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Region), read more here: http://www.openafrica.org/experiences/route/48-kalahari-red-dune-route