On the escarpment of the Roggeveld, at the very top of the Gannaga Pass, sits this stunning lodge. It is on private property, roughly 24km from the parks offices and it is owned by Norette and Johan Visagie. The lodge is a guesthouse, licensed bar, conference venue and restaurant.
A rich flora habitat awaits those who visit the park, and while so many guests hope to see animals and birds while touring any of the nation’s parks, those who come here often come to immerse themselves in the rich biosphere. Some of the vegetation types you should keep a look out for include the central Tanqua grassy plains, Roggeveld Karoo, Succulent Karoo, and Roggeveld Shale Renosterveld.
The park is certainly not without its animals and guests to the park should look out for Red Hartebeest, Springbok, Eland, Cape Mountain Zebra, Gemsbok, and all kinds of various rodents and insects.