Springbok is the main centre of the Namaqualand, located approximately 600 km’s north of Cape Town and 120 km’s south of the Namibian border. It lies directly at the N7, which links Cape Town and Windhoek (Namibia) and is the ideal place for an overnight stop.

There are only small settlements further north with few facilities, whereas Springbok offers excellent hotels, guest houses, caravan parks, restaurants, supermarkets, service stations and even an airport.

Springbok is also the perfect stop-over for a trip to the Richtersveld National Park. river rafting on the Orange River, 4 X 4 trails, shipwreck visits, Mission station in Pella, Augrabies Waterfall, Fish River Canyon, just to mention a few. See the details below for activities closer to Springbok.

Springbok is usually very crowded during the wildflower season in August and September. Advanced booking of accommodation is essential then.

With so many interesting things to do around Springbok, you can use Desert Roses Guest House and Self Catering Accommodation as your base while exploring the surrounding areas.

The town lies in a narrow valley between the high granite domes of the Klein Koperberge (Small Copper Mountains).

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Namaqua National Park boasts with a kaleidoscope of indigenous flora species every spring time and this is a big reason that people are drawn to the area.

Small nature reserve, on the road to the airport, some 15 kilometres out of town. Here one can get a good idea of Namaqualand's fascinating flora.