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Diamond Fields Campsites

The Diamond Fields is the smallest region in the Northern Cape and is home to the provincial capital, Kimberley, known for the Big Hole where diamonds were excavated until 1914. The Kimberley Mine Museum is the country's largest full scale open-air museum. The Diamond Fields is a warm friendly place and visitors to the area will not be without interesting places to visit and adventurous 4x4 and hiking trails to explore the countryside. Highlights: Driekopseiland San Rock Art, Nooitgedacht Glacial Pavements, Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Tourism Centre, William Humphreys Art Gallery, Galeshewe Cultural Township Tours, Kamfers Dam, Battlefields Route, Big Hole, Kimberley Mine Museum, Ghost Trail, Magersfontein, Oribi Game Reserve, Vaalbos National Park, Alluvial Diamond Diggings, hunting, 4x4 routes, mine tours, museums, art galleries and hiking trails.
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