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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Accommodation for the Fish River Canyon

We have booked our roadtrip to the Richtersveld and Kgalagadi , but I have a problem finding accommodation for the Fish river canyon.

All we want is a reasonably priced chalet to put our heads down en route from the Richtersveld to Kgalagadi. We are even happy to camp, but would like the chalet option - since we are spending only 1 night in a place.

The reason for my asking this too is that when we went to Addo, we had no idea there were SO MANY Bed and Breakfast spots just outside the park... as we had to plan our whole holiday around the few days they had spare for us inside the park... had we only known.

any suggestions (other than the Canon spots and the Ais-Ais) will be great, thank you.

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