The biggest District Municipality geographically in South Africa
situated on the n14, main route from upington /springbok
The town is named after the Koranna leader, Klaas Pofadder whose grave may be visited. Pofadder was declared a town in 1936 and the first farms measured out in 1891/2 by surveyor Allstone. Sheep farming is the main infrastructure of the area.
Extreme Adventure Hiking Trail
Tel 054 933 1003 Cell 072 157 6964
Fauna and Flora Popular with bird watchers for the Red lark (Certhilauda burra); skurwejantjies (Cordykis polyzonus) on the rocky hills; eagles in the Langberg; Fantailed squirrels (Xerus inaurus) on the plains. Succulents: quiver trees (Aloe dichotoma) and beeskloutjies (Lithops). Indigenous plants: Ghaap, ghirri (8-day grass) and white Namaqualand daisies.
Historic Monuments Dutch Reformed Church built in 1912 for £4 000 and Catholic Nunnery built in 1921.
Tel 054 933 0063
Fax 054 933 0455