Kameelhoek is a beautiful game farm situated approximately 40km north of the Pilanesberg (north-west of Johannesburg) and 17km west of the bushveld town, Northam. The Northam district is well known for its platinum deposits and is the home of the 4th largest platinum mine in South Africa. In fact, the Swartklip mine, approximately 10 km from the farm, is a town in its own right, with shops, banks and a hospital which may be frequented by non-miners on a private-clinic basis and offers excellent services in case of emergency.

A detailed map on how to get to Kameelhoek can be seen and/or downloaded HERE.

The farm itself covers an area of 1300 ha with high game fencing all around and encompasses thick bush, sweeping grasslands and lovely mountains with extensive views.

Besides an abundant bird life, which offers a joyful experience for ornithologists, the following game can be viewed on the farm:

Blesbok, Bushbuck, Duiker, Eland, Gemsbok, Giraffe, Gnu (Blue Wildebeest), Impala, Kudu, Nyala, Red Hartebees, Reedbuck, Steenbok, Waterbuck, Zebra, as well as smaller creatures that include Jackal, Warthog, Tortoise and Ostrich etc. A Leopard family has also been spotted on the mountain. See the distribution of animals on Kameelhoek HERE.

For a list of trees, shrubs and grasses identified on Kameelhoek, see HERE.