Kimberley airport used to host the World Gliding Championships and is still a popular venue for gliders in December and January. Facilities include a restaurant and kiosk. Airlink does scheduled flights between Cape Town and Kimberley, whilst flights to Johannesburg are serviced by South African Express.
Der nationale Bloemfontein Airport (BFN) liegt etwa 10 km östlich der Innenstadt. Er wurde im November 1961 eröffnet. Es werden hauptsächlich Johannesburg und Kapstadt angeflogen, allerdings ist ein Ausbau des Flughafens im Gespräch.
Karoo Gariep Hippo Conservancy
This working Karoo farm has its own landing strip and offers hiking trails, fishing, a playground, and a restaurant. The Conservancy also offers paragliding opportunities and is situated 100km from the Gariep Dam, which is well-known for this sport. On site accommodation is available and night walks for stargazing is offered, as are hunting and fishing opportunities. A mapped birding route is available for those wishing to enjoy the almost 200 different local species. It is also home to the only Karoo Hippos and activities offered include horse-riding, donkey-cart rides and visiting the abattoir & bottling plant. The Karoo Gariep Conservancy is located 8km off the N1 between Hanover (20km) and Colesberg (50km), which is approximately midway between Cape Town and Johannesburg.