Ta Shebube Rooiputs Camp | Kgalagadi
Ta Shebube’s Rooiputs camp offers guests a unique desert safari delves deep into the Kgalagadi – a remote, unspoilt and undiscovered treasure trove with respect to its isolated desert and solitude feel, rugged scenic beauty, the abundance and variety of wildlife, wilderness trails and culture.
Ta Shebube Rooiputs camp is located about 25 km north of Two Rivers along the Nossob River Valley. The lodge is perched along a vegetated red sand dune offering extensive panoramic views of a valley of acacia savannah and grassy plains. Lions are frequent visitors to the adjacent waterhole. The thatched main building contains a spacious lounge area, a bar, a comfortable dining room and a restful reading area all with furnishings reflecting the rich ethnic textures of Southern Africa and the desert. There is also a curio shop, a plunge pool and opportunities to enjoy a calming massage.
The dry riverbeds show predators and antelopes off at a premium and provide excellent photographic opportunities. Sixty species of mammals have been recorded in the park including the majestic gemsbok, blue wildebeest, springbok, red hartebeest, eland (the world’s largest antelope) and steenbok. Predators are the area’s big attraction and include the black maned Kgalagadi lions, leopard, brown and spotted hyena, jackal and wildcat. The area is one of Africa’s best parks for the cheetah, which thrive by hunting in its fossil river valleys and the surrounding Kgalagadi dunes.
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