Hartebeest Post is located on the Hartebees River Road 19 kilometers outside Uniondale en route to the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area. It is the ideal stopover point for persons wishing to make an early start to explore the Baviaanskloof or alternatively a destination in its own right.
The 11 000 hectare farm has numerous 4x4 farm tracks and a wide range farming activities such as American Saddle Horses, Ayrshire stud cattle farming, fruit production that will keep city dwellers fascinated.
Accommodation is in a restored farmstead that is equipped with all modern amenities. It has four bedrooms three en-suite and a large kitchen, lounge cum dining room with a fireplace for those Klein Karoo winter nights. The house can sleep ten persons.
The two verandas is an excellent place to soak up the sun on a winters morning alternatively to watch the magnificent Karoo sunsets.
Braaiwood is available.
The house has electricity and equipped with appliances such as a microwave oven, electric kettle stove etc.
On the farm there are numerous farm tracks suitable for 4x4's, 2x4's, quad bikes, mountain biking, hiking, as well as off road motor cycles. The difficulty levels of these tracks vary and each visitor can choose the most suitable option. Since the farm also houses an American Saddle Horse Stud there are ample horses for experienced riders to use.
For those who prefer to camp to get away from it all there is a "dry" campsite on a remote part of the farm. Campers must be self sufficient in terms of equipment and ablutions though. The campsite is in an old abandoned "klipkraal" with numerous examples of san rock art close by.
There is also abundant birdlife as well as game such as Springbuck, Hartebees, Grey Rhebuck, Klipspringers, Duikers etc on the farm. Visitors are bound to encounter them on their hikes and drives.