We have five spacious, two-bedroom self-catering chalets available, which is situated on the farm.The chalets sleep a total of four guests per chalet. Rooms are furnished with four single beds and one shared bathroom. The chalets open to a patio with an outdoor kitchen. The kitchenette is equipped with a fridge-freezer, microwave, a kettle and all cutlery and crockery.
Each unit is equipped with private braai. Wood and ice are available at the shop. All guest will also have access to the boma where public braai facilities are available. The boma is equipped with public bathrooms and spacious braai-area which can be booked.
- Bathroom towels supplied.
- Bed linen supplied.
- Tea and coffee facilities.
- Braai grids are available.
The route to the chalets is a sandy road and can be difficult to reach for sedan cars. Guests can easily drive to the lodge and will be transported from there to the chalets with the game viewer.
Dreghorn self-catering chalets is ideally situated en route to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park or Botswana, in the heart of the Kalahari. We offer quaint and comfortable accommodation amidst the breath-taking beauty of the Kalahari.
The molopo river
The Molopo River is formed by the Molopo river and its tributaries the Kuruman, Auob and Nossob. The Kuruman River last descended in 2021 when it stopped flowing only 600 m east of Askham. In 1988 it passed Askham and flowed into Andriesvale and the Molopo. Andriesvale is about 15km north of Askham. The water then advanced another 22km down the Molopo's course. The river flow stopped at the farm Zoutputs where eye witnesses encountered a large flock of pink flamingos only two days after the water arrived. In 1974 and 1976, the Kuruman flowed well after good rains in the catchment area. The waters came down in the Molopo in those years and ran into Abiquaputs North's pan for weeks. Abiquaputs' pan is roughly 80km west of Andriesvale. The water in this pan dams up to a depth of about 5 meters before it begins to flow further south in the direction of Noenieput. 1974 the lead did not progress further than Ka-Kolk farm. In 1934 the Molopo was through to about 4km north of Noenieput.