Tents inside The Boma Dining area Bush camp Tents at night Flower season Boma and lushes green bushes Pathway to tents Gemsbuck Photographers dream Tents from outside
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A world away from the lush, safari-visited jungles and plains of Africa, Namaqualand, a largely unknown and overlooked corner of South Africa offers a beauty unsurpassed by all else.

Agama Tented Camp invites you to experience this drought-ravaged wilderness both in and out its world-renowned floral season. The bush camp is based 20 km north of Garies and accommodates 14 people.

Get closer to nature and discover the haunting beauty of Namaqualand by staying in a tent. Not just any tent, but a unique, top-class tented camp.

Agama Tented Camp, Namaqualand`s newest bush camp experience, lies in the heart of an 8 000 ha farm, 20 km north from Garies, in the centre of the floral kingdom. Agama Tented Camp is a bush camp, a breakaway, skilfully hidden in a secluded kloof. It does not intrude into the world of the wild, it is part of it.

Here up to 14 guests at a time can relax, unwind and totally enjoy the refreshing experience of becoming part of the bush, with a variety of small game and Gemsbuck, while enjoying sundowners as the kaleidoscope of day gives way to the blackness of night and stars, only a touch away.

In good seasons the veld around Agama Tented Camp is carpeted with flowers in breathtaking hues. Visitors can stroll through the veld soaking up the beauty.

Day and night time scenic drives on a game viewing vehicle may be available, weather and availability of a guide permitting. (Please check with management). This allows guests to enjoy the matchless experience of seeing animals in their own environment.

Namaqualand, one of the world`s most enchanting semi-desert areas, is the true world of the great outdoors. Annual rainfall is erratic. Winter day time temperatures vary from a cool 4C to a moderate maximum of 25C, while in the summer the mercury rises to 30C and at times even 40C.

In winter nothing beats gathering around a roaring fire in a traditional `kookskerm` (cooking shelter) to socialize, enjoy drinks and discuss experiences of the day. In summer lesser fires simply add to the atmosphere, enhancing the beauty of the veld at night and somehow bringing the stars of the pristine heavens that little bit closer.

Whether it is an early morning drive, sun downers with breathtaking views, a hike or huddled around a fire in the Kookskerm (Boma), Agama Tented Camp will touch all your senses and offer you an unforgettable experience.

Accommodation at Agama Tented Camp:
The comfortable tented accommodation all have their own private bathrooms with shower, basin and flush toilet and a spacious deck from where you can absorb this relatively unexplored part of the country.

Tents are serviced daily. Coffee and tea facilities in each tent. There is no electricity at Agama Tented Camp and we make use of lanterns for lighting in the tents.


Game Viewing (Gemsbuck, Springbuck, etc)
Flower viewing (During flower season August and September)
Huddle around fire in our Boma
Ultimate relaxation and peace

Clothing and Accessories:

Please remember to bring warm clothing for the evenings as well as closed shoes for walking around the camp. Guests are welcome to bring their own headlamps or torches for the evenings.

Health and Climate:

Annual rainfall is erratic. Winter day time temperatures vary from a cool 4ºC to a moderate maximum of 25ºC, while in the summer the mercury rises to 30ºC and at times even 40ºC.

During August and September after a good winter rainfall the fields of Namaqualand erupt in millions of flowers with breathtaking hues.

Facilities & Services available:

Honeymoon Couples
Dining room
Swimming Pool

Cancellation Policy:

- 50 % deposit on booking within 48 hours to secure your reservation
- Balance to be paid in full 7 days prior to arrival
- Bookings made less than 7 days prior to arrival must be paid in full within 24 hours
- Cancellation 14 to 7 days prior to arrival 50 %
- Cancellation 6 to 1 day prior to arrival 80 %
- No Show 100 %


Coming in South from Springbok:
- Follow the N7 in a southerly direction past the little village of Kamieskroon in the heart of Namaqualand.
- 10km before Garies there is a turnoff to the right (dirt road) signposted KLIPFONTEIN.
- Turn right here.

Coming in North from Cape Town:
- Follow the N7 in a northerly direction past the little village of Garies in the heart of
- Namaqualand.
- 10km past Garies there is a turnoff to the left (dirt road) signposted KLIPFONTEIN.
- Turn left here.

- Follow the road for approx 2km, through 2 motor gates
- After the second motor gate, look out to your right for the Agama Entrance Sign
- This gate has a combination lock. The code for the lock is given to our guests on receipt of full payment.

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  • Guests Rating: (3)
  • Accommodation Type: Guest Farm
  • Malaria Area: No
  • Sleeps: 14