Khomeesdrif derives its name from a nearby crossing or 'drift' in the Riviersonderend River. The last persons to cross the river here by horse carriage were Oom Fanie de Kock and his daughter, Miemie in 1904. The very next day, the then new wooden bridge was opened, later followed by the current day Bokrivier concrete bridge.
Braai facilities. Braai wood and ice available on request.
Khomeesdrif offers the following accommodation options:
R320 per camp site per night (up to four people)
R80 per person extra (maximum of six persons per site)
R680 per night (maximum of five people)
Khomeesdrif offers amenities that include:
Khomeesdrif has plenty to keep you and the family entertained on your stay in Riviersonderend. Activities include:
“Stunning place, kids were occupied all the time we were there. Will definitely be back.” Alton, GoogleReviews
“Fantastic, relaxing, dog-friendly. I really enjoyed the break from our technology-dominated lifestyle. The proprietor comes around twice a day with ice and wood, to keep the milk cool, and the fires burning. Our dogs were especially positively changed by the experience, they socialized with other dogs and had a ball. I have never seen our Staffy puppy so exhausted after having mountains of fun with his newly found friends” Paul, GoogleReviews
“Love that my 4-legged children are welcomed. Always a fun getaway with canoes, swimming and great campfires.” Frieda, GoogleReviews