Overlooking the Sand River, Kirkman's Kamp has spectacular views of the unspoilt wilderness as far as the eye can see. Kirkman's Kamp is a historic and famous camp, which was originally built, in the early 1920's. Kirkman's Kamp was named in honour of W. Harry Kirkman, one of South Africa 's foremost conservationists, who began his illustrious career as a Ranger on Toulon, in 1927.
The colonial atmosphere of gracious style and luxury has been retained, and one steps back in time upon entering the old homestead, which now serves as the recreational hub of the camp. The large lounge, decorated in 1920 style, leads through double French doors onto rolling lawns that provide a velvety contrast to the wild and tumbling bush surrounding the camp.
Breakfast and lunch are either served in the main house, or on the shady surrounding verandahs. Dinner is a very special event taken under the stars in the boma around a campfire.