Travel guide to Augrabies, Kalahari
Surrounded by flourishing vineyards, the small town of Augrabies lies on the banks of the Orange River. Named after the world's sixth largest waterfall, which is created as the mighty Orange River plummets an impressive 56 meters into a ravine below, the town is only a stone's throw away from the Augrabies Fall National Park. The park offers visitors an opportunity to see this remarkable natural wonder from scenic lookout points such as Arrow Head, Ararat and Moon Rock. It is also the ideal space for nature-based activities and eco-adventures like mountain biking, hiking, canoeing and game drives.