Our activities are focused on fun, relaxation and bringing you in close contact with nature.
For the more adventurous you can explore our hiking trails and refresh in one of the river pools.
At the camp we have a swimming pool, a central lounge with DSTV, a bar and a boma where you can relax next to a campfire after a long day of exploring. At night you can lose yourself in the brilliance of the velvet sky and wish upon a shooting star.
Ko-Ka Tsara Bushcamp offers every comfort for a sojourn in the African wilderness with a range of activities and conference facilities.
The Camp also offers some of the best star gazing in South Africa with falling stars regularly spotted. If you are in need of peace, fresh air and tranquility, Ko-Ka Tsara Bushcamp is the place to find it in abundance.
Red Hartebeest, Aardwolf, Kudu, Giraffe, Gemsbuck, Klipspringer, Gnu and many more can often be spotted grazing amongst the chalets at night.
Safe and secure parking. Child friendly.
THINGS TO DO AT KOKA TSARA BUSH CAMP
4 X 4 ROUTE
Experience our 4×4 route in your own vehicle whilst taking in the Karoo vistas as well as viewing our Wildlife and plentiful birds on the property. Picnics and sundowners can be arranged to make this a relaxed joyful occasion.
For those experienced mountain bikers, we have a fabulous route which will test your skills. For the not so experienced, we have a family route for the younger and older, looking for a leisurely cycle, and at the same time having the opportunity to take in the Karoo vistas whilst having a game viewing mountain bike ride.
A walking experience can be taken anywhere on the 10 000ha property – we have trails for those wanting to walk off the stiffness of a long day in a vehicle or we have the skill testing trail up the mountain – your reward is a magnificent view from the top of the Nuweveld range across the Karoo Plains
Birdlife Plett organised two groups to Ko-Ka Tsara Bush Camp in October 2022.
For those wanting the peace and tranquillity of the Karoo without any effort, this is the place to be – a magnificent setting with the backdrop of the Nuweveld Mountain Range as your view whilst sipping a long cold drink of your choice
THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA
KAROO NATIONAL PARK
Always popular as a day trip – packed lunches are available on request to ensure you can spend maximum time in our beautiful Karoo. Bird Hides and Fossil Exploring Trails
CHRIS BARNARD MUSEUM
Beaufort West became the first municipality in South Africa in February 1837 and had the first town hall in the Country. Today this forms part of the museum and houses the magnificent display of awards and interesting details and artefacts relating to Professor Chris Barnard, who performed the Worlds first heart transplant in 1967 – he is a born and bred Karoo Lad Tel: 0234152308
The Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology based at the University of Cape Town, studies the social interaction of birds with the Karoo ecology on Lemoenfontein Farm. We have already identified close to 200 different species. For the Bird Lover our Farm offers excellent opportunities for sighting and memorable picture moments.