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Augrabies Falls National Park, in South Africa's Northern Cape province, is a stunning site with one of the country's most spectacular waterfalls.

Because the park is surrounded by a harsh and lonely landscape, it is a perfect place for anyone seeking a wilderness experience.


  • Hiking trails
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Scenic drives
  • Guided tours
  • Rock climbing
  • Whitewater rafting

Best Time To Visit

The months between June to September are ideal for visiting Augrabies Falls National Park since the cascade is at its height and the weather is moderate.

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Getting There

Augrabies Falls National Park is easily accessible by road, with most people coming from the adjacent city of Upington, which is around 60 kilometres away. Upington International Airport is the nearest airport, with daily flights from major South African cities.


Augrabies Falls National Park offers a variety of housing alternatives, including camping sites, chalets, and self-catering villas.

There's something to fit everyone's wants and interests, whether you want a rustic, outdoor experience or a more comfortable stay. Augrabies Falls National Park, with its gorgeous landscape and majestic cascade, is a must-see for anybody wishing to enjoy the natural splendour of South Africa's Northern Cape province.