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The World is full of remote wilderness locations that are a must-see in your lifetime; one of those is right here in South Africa, and it is a beauty!


Clanwilliam, South Africa (23 March 2023) – Clanwilliam in the Western Cape is almost the end of the World and for international travellers, considered quite remote which is why a wilderness reserve there, has been named one of the 50 Most Remote and Beautiful Places in the World.

The accolade has been awarded by Big 7 Travel and car comparison specialists Seeing as they specialise in car-based trips, they wanted to highlight some of the most remote places worthy of a visit.
The World is full of unique and remote places, some of which are challenging to reach.

The complete list includes 50 destinations on nearly every continent. These destinations offer a unique and unforgettable experience for adventurous travellers. These off-the-radar destinations were ranked on several factors including but not limited to the following:

  • Remoteness
  • Number of inhabitants
  • Unspoiled beauty
  • Uniqueness

Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve in South Africa was named one of the Most Remote and Beautiful Places in the World, landing a spot at number 44.

How remote is it? 13,023km from Toronto | 12,991km from London | 11,127km from Sydney

Bushmans Kloof is an utterly gorgeous wilderness escape on a private reserve in South Africa. This boutique luxury lodge, and ecological oasis, is the perfect setting for getting away from it all, enjoying delicious South African cuisine, and making memories discovering the wide-open plains, awe-inspiring wildlife, pristine mountain landscapes, ancient rock art sites and rich San culture in the company of friendly local guides.”

The area where Bushman’s Kloof is located, is unbelievably beautiful. The Cedarberg mountains are truly magnificent, even more so come winter when the caps become snow-packed and the air is so crisp you feel like you are breathing freely for the first time.


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Sources: Holiday Cars / Big 7 Travel 
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