Vanderkloof is a town on the shores of the Van Der Kloof Dam in South Africa.

Get in

From the N1 at Bloemfontein, turn off to Petrusburg. From there follow the R48 to Koffiefontein, Luckhoff and the on to Vanderkloof dam. Follow the boards. Lat 30Degrees, 49'46"S Long 21 Degrees 12'7"E


The dam wall can be visited, Escom hydro electric plant can be visited. There are wonderful sites from which to view the lake. There are great places from which to take photos.Bird watching, hiking and game drives in the Rolfontein game reserve. Bowling, cycling, skiing, rock climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging can all be done here. The dam stretches 100km up stream so boating,kayaking, angling and camping on the shores of the lake are a perfect way to spend out gorgeous days and nights. On the river you can do fly fishing, fishing, tubing and kayaking or canoeing. Contact 082 6071194 for information.



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