Vaalbos National Park
The Vaalbos National Park is an extraordinary area along the Vaal River where wildlife such as roan antelope, black rhino, white rhino, buffalo, eland, red hartebeest and tsessebe are to be seen in the former heart of the alluvial diamond diggings near Kimberley. A tourist route, built with material from the diamond diggings using local labour, winds through the park, exposing visitors to all facets of its three different ecosystems as they merge together as one. The name Vaalbos originates from the vaalbos (camphor bush), a prominent plant species in the park.
Tel 053 561 0088
Fax 053 561 0080
Office Hours 07:30 to 16:00
Gate Hours from sunrise to sunset.
Late entry: need to inform office well in advance. Nobody to leave and return to park late at night.