Karoo Heartland Challenge Week Three

Date: 25th October 2015

Is the Karoo in your heart? How well do you know the Karoo Heartland? We're into the 3rd week of the Karoo Heartland Challenge - join us as we journey through the charming towns, road trip across vast plains and paddle the meandering rivers of the Karoo Heartland – and stand a chance to win incredible prizes each week in #KarooHeartlandChallenge

KarooHeartland Challenge Week 3


Answer these 3 questions by (1) sharing this post on Twitter or Facebook with #KarooHeartlandChallenge & (2) emailing your answers to the questions below to karooheartland@gmail.com

  1. In what year was Camdeboo National Park, situated outside Graaff-Reinet, donated to the World Wildlife Fund?
  2. Who was the artist that lived in the Owl House in Nieu Bethesda?
  3. Middleburg is the home of which famous playwright?


Spend some time in the charming and unforgettable village of Nieu-Bethesda - home of the strange and beautiful Owl House whose biblical name means "place of flowing water."

2 Nights for 2 at @Nieu-Bethesda

1 Night for 2 at Ganora Guest Farm

Private Fossil Museum Tour for 2 at Ganora Guest Farm

Spend 2 Nights at Outsiders Bed & Breakfast and explore the tiny village, enjoying views of the "Kompasberg" - the highest point in the Eastern Cape whilst enjoying a perfectly serene night's sleep watched over by the stars. 

Nieu-Bethesda Karoo Heartland

Then move over the nearby Ganora Guest Farm, in the foothills of the Sneeuberg to experience, not only the interesting history of the farm, but the ancient history of the area too.  Guests can visit bushman paintings, old Anglo-Boer war engravings and Ganora's private fossil collection is just incredible! 

Ganora Guest Farm Karoo Heartland

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