GANNABOS AND KAREEBOOM ARE UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT.
“The Farm with the world’s largest quiver tree forest!”
Kareeboom farmhouse has been lovingly and tastefully renovated and decorated to ensure a memorable stay in the beauty that is the Hantam Karoo. A house of this nature, as well as the lush, green lawn, is an exception in this part of the world. It is able to accommodate 6 -10 people. Should a group of 16 people wish to make use of the space, it would be possible for both Kareeboom farm cottage as well as Kareeboom farmhouse to be occupied simultaneously. Both fall under the same management as Gannabos.
No cell phone reception is available, but free Wi-Fi can be accessed at Gannabos Farm.
Kareeboom farmhouse is perfect for enthusiastic photographers, birdwatchers, hikers and those wanting to experience wide open spaces, peace and solitude. A breathtaking view of a mountain range covered with majestic quiver trees awaits you here at the largest quiver tree forest in the southern hemisphere. For those travelling to Augrabies, Kgalagadi, or even the Kalahari, it is an ideal stopover. For couples looking for a romantic getaway, accommodation can be provided at Gannabos Bed and Breakfast which is run under the same management.
PLEASE NOTE: Solar panels provides the basic electricity for appliances such as lights and chargers. As a result, electric appliances such as hairdryers, kettles and toasters cannot be accommodated. Hot water is provided by means of a gas geyser. There is also a gas stove and fridge in the kitchen. The farmhouse is fully stocked with braai tools, a grill and all kitchen necessities.
Homemade farm products such as rusks, a variety of jams and preserved products including quinces and green figs are available for purchase.
Kareeboom farmhouse is part of the famous Rondekop/Naresie wild flower route, which is world renowned for its wild flower season. It is situated 35km outside Nieuwoudtville, which boasts a stunning waterfall, glacial pavement, bulb nursery and flower reserve; 50km from Loeriesfontein, well known for its Windmill Museum; 90km from Calvinia with its Museum, historic Hantam House and the famous giant post box.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be a limit set on the number of photographers and/or visitors entering the quiver tree forest between 18:00 and 06:00. A permit from the owner will be required at a cost of R250 per person should you be keen to experience the forest between these hours. Guests at Gannabos and Kareeboom have the privilege to come and go as they please, free of charge.
Please remember that the quiver tree forest is on private property.
You are more than welcome to explore the area and to take pictures – the possibilities are endless.