Ko-Ka Tsara Bush Camp, Beaufort West in the heart of the Great Karoo. This intimate and exclusive privately owned 30 000 acres, plays host to more than 20 various species of game and 196 varieties of birds.
Ko-Ka Tsara Bush Camp meaning "small bucks kloof" in Khoi, is set in the Nuweveld Mountains of the Great Karoo, 8km outside Beaufort West.
The Bushcamp is situated on a Private Game Reserve comprising 30 000 acres of pristine Karoo veld. The reserve plays host to more than 20 various species of game including Giraffe, Kudu, Gemsbok, Wildebeest and Eland. Bird life is prolific with nearly 200 different varieties recorded on the Reserve.
This secluded bush camp consists of 7 chalets, a Lounge / Conference Centre, Bar and Boma surrounded by rocky craggs and the Nuweveld Mountains. The Chalets were designed and built by the game farm owner, Werner Koster, who exclusively used local poplars and stone for their construction. The rustic décor is completed with slate floors, hand made furniture and wood finishes.
Stylishly decorated, each chalet sleeps four with an en suite bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and own private braai (barbeque) facility.
Each chalet has its own private parking area and is comprehensively furnished including airconditioners for summer and heaters for winter.
The night sounds of jackal calling create the ambiance of Africa and make this a nature lover's paradise. The Seven A-Frame chalets, built from stone, timber and thatch offer the ideal accommodation for this perfect hideaway.