The vast Northern Cape region is by far South Africa’s largest province, yet it has the country's smallest population. Its contrary landscape is characterised by vast arid plains, verdant fields of cotton, dates and grapes.
Its capital, Kimberley, retains the spirit of a frontier town with tangible reminders of its heady, diamond-rush past like the Kimberley Mine Museum and the Big Hole, the result of the diamond diggers` excavations. Gracious Victorian mansions stand side-by-side with modern high-rise buildings, impressive restaurants, galleries, quaint coffee shops, old-style saloons and The Flamingo Casino.
The design of the Flamingo Casino is based on the contemporary architecture of the gracious buildings in modern Kimberley that survived the rash days of the diamond rush. You’ll find a wide variety of tasty food options at Harvest Charcoal Grill and Bar 129 is a great place for pub meals, drink specials and home-grown music.