Apart from the usual and delightful,natural attractions. such as tree identification, bird watching and game viewing, Kaoxa is in the heart of one of South Africa's most culturally stimulating places. The environment where former Bryanston vet, Duncan MacWhirter and his wife, Hazel, have created the camp, is the perfect escapist haunt.
Consider its attractions. For starters, early Stone Age tools, dating 300 000 to 1,5-million years old, have been found on the farm. The fossilised remains of dinosaurs are still clearly visible nearby and the late Stone Age people, the San, have left a rich heritage of rock.