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Welcome!

The historic campsite of Takwasa is situated on the banks of the Vaal river in the Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site, the world’s largest and oldest meteorite impact site. Only 38km from Potchefstroom and 200km from Johannesburg, it’s the ideal place for your camp, whether you’re 2 or a 160.

Takwasa is an excellent choice for youth camps, school groups, teambuilding, leadership development, family gatherings, conferences, sport camps or any kind of camp or for any purpose you can imagine. 

Our flexibility let you compile your own package, starting off with accommodation, you can do your own thing, or add as many activities as you like and decide whether you want us to do the cooking or not. If you have a group larger than 160, no problem, contact us, and we’ll arrange with the neighbours for extra accomodation while your entire group can still eat and take part in Takwasa activities. 

Donated by Mr and Mrs Dannhauser to the Dutch Reformed Churches of Potchefstroom in 1975, Takwasa, previously known as Venterskroon camp ground, gives people the opportunity to experience God and His creation in a unique way.

South Africa has eight world heritage sites, click here to read more.