The Valley of Desolation, 14 kilometres from Graaff-Reinet, is an exquisite geological phenomenon, which is characterised by sheer cliffs and columns of dolerite that rise up to 120 metres from the valley floor.
What to expect
The Valley of Desolation, situated within the Camdeboo National Park, is the result of many years of volcanic and erosive forces.
Any visitor to the Camdeboo National Park will be surprised to discover the diversity of fauna and flora. There are over 220 recorded species of birdlife, 336 plants and 43 mammals. Catch a glimpse of the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra, plenty of Kudu, Buffalo, the majestic Black Eagle and the Kori Bustard, the heaviest flying bird in the world.
This breathtaking attraction can be absorbed by car, during hikes along marked trails or at picnic sites. Enquire about booking a tour to visit the Valley of Desolation at reception.
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