At Khomeesdrif Camping Site you can enjoy the smell of fynbos and the gentle sound of leaves rustling in the wind.
The popular holiday destination got its name from a nearby crossing or 'drift' in the Riviersonderend River. Legend has it that the last people to cross the river here by horse carriage were Oom Fanie de Kock and his daughter, Miemie in 1904. The very next day, the new wooden bridge was opened, later followed by the current Bokrivier concrete bridge.
(200 people can be accommodated)
Khomeesdrif Camping Site has over 40 neatly cut grassed stands, most shaded by leafy trees.
The campsite has no electricity but there are gas geysers and solar-powered lights in the ablution blocks.
(five people can be accommodated).
Khomeesdrif Camping Site has a cute wooden self-catering cottage surrounded by the incredible natural beauty of hills and trees. The double-storey cottage has a patio which is the perfect point from where to view the surrounding nature and starlit night sky.
The open-plan kitchen has a small table with chairs and the cosy living area has a sleeper couch.
There is a double bed in the first bedroom and two single beds in the second bedroom.
The rooms share a bathroom that has a shower, basin and toilet.
The rates at Khomeesdrif Camping site are as follows:
Camping Sites (maximum of six people per site)
Self-Catering Cottage (maximum of five people)
Khomeesdrif Camping Site offers the following activities:
Khomeesdrif Camping Site is the ideal wedding venue for couples who enjoy the great outdoors. The communal entertainment deck is available for your special day.
Please note that catering and decor have to be arranged by the wedding party. For more information contact Khomeesdrif Camping Site directly.
Khomeesdrif Camping Site hosts:
For more information on the dates of upcoming events, contact Khomeesdrif Camping Site directly.
“If you like peace and quiet I would recommend off-peak times during the week as this 's a favourite family site which is great for kids. The owners are lovely and accommodating. They provide many amenities for free that are usually rather costly at other sites. A really old fashioned, welcoming place.” Adam Hannath
“Truly, a great camping site! Clean bathrooms and hot showers!” Jana Bothma
“Beautiful camping venue right next to the river. The river is great for swimming and free canoes are provided for exploring further afield. The campsites are large, the shower and toilet areas are decent and the fellow campers are well behaved.” Marumo Kgar