The diamond Fields were the center-stage for many great battles fought during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Explore this incredible historic landscape by following the Battlefields Route along the N12, which starts in Hopetown, south of Kimberley
Ideal destination for bird lovers as the region offers a number of wetlands and dams including Kamfers Dam, Spitskop and Ganspan. here birders will be able to spot a wide variety of birds.
The region offers several game farms, where visitors can see the endangered rhino and other game and birders can spot a wonderful variety of endemic species.
The lower Vaal River is a renowned destination for
fly-fishing for large small month yellowfish in a truly tranquil surrounding.
Kimberley is home to one of the oldest townships in the country, Galeshewe. Located at the outskirts of Kimberley, this vibrant township is known for its friendly atmosphere and bustling street life visitors are invited to follow the walking route from Galeshewe Square to various important sites that mark the township's history including the Mayibuye Memorial, built in memory of the people who died during the 1952 uprising.
Kimberley Diamond Brewery Company
The local brewery, located in Ritchie, not only offers locally brewer beer brands, but also specializes in delivering quality beverages and cuisine with a family friendly environment, situated next to the Riet River.