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This must be for any 4X4 enthusiast to put on their bucket list. We traveled from Vioolsdrif over the Helskloof Pass to Sendlingsdrif Camp and entrance gate. The pass was awsome with great photo stops. Nearer to Sendlingsdrif the road becomes very corrugated, so make...More
We stayed 3 nights at De Hoop camp. It was worth it. The starlit nights is amazing. We found a nice campsite just as you enter De Hoop - straight in front of long row showers and toilets with thick bush from north and west...More
The drive on the long dirt road to get to DeHoop was so worth the time and energy. We saw Blue Cranes along the way. We were greeted with flamingos. We enjoyed the ostriches with babies, bonteboks, elands and zebras. The wild flowers did not...More
What a privilege to visit the 'moon like' area of the Richtersveld. After a few hours on a heavy corrugated road, we arrived at an 'oasis', called Sendelingsdrif, the main camp of the Park. The very friendly staff assisted us with the keys to our...More
We recently had the privilege of driving to De Hoop Campsite which is situated on the Orange River bank in the Richtersveld. The road via Sendlingsdrif was long and dusty and extremely badly corrugated. At times we wondered whether it was worth the hammering our...More
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Apology for late supply. Most definitely a 4x4. The challenge is the pass you have to navigate. There is small patches of soft sand. Don’t drive past second ablution block at De Hoop if you don’t have diff lock as the sand... More
Apology for late supply. Most definitely a 4x4. The challenge is the pass you have to navigate. There is small patches of soft sand. Don’t drive past second ablution block at De Hoop if you don’t have diff lock as the sand is very If you have a 4X2 with a diff lock and know your vehicle then you will be fine. Just take it easy. Even without diff-lock you will be able to do it if you know your vehicle.