Full Day Tour
- Very flexible and can include all of the below, or those that are of interest to you. (Time permitting)
- August and September are good for seeing the spring flowers – for this some of the day would be spent in the West Coast National Park. Several animal species also found here eg: Bontebok, Gemsbok, Springbok and more, including bird species.
A visit could be made to the Ostrich ranch for an insight into these fascinating birds.
Wine farms in the area could also be visited for tasting.
Fees exclude lunch costs (Lunch at reputable restaurant)
The West Coast National Park lies 120 km north of Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is 27,500 hectares (106 sq mi) in size. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the R27 coastal road, and runs from the town of Yzerfontein in the south up to the Langebaan lagoon. The park is particularly well known for its bird life and for the spring flowers which occur in the months from August to October, especially in the Postberg flower reserve section of the park. The park, with the islands in Saldanha Bay, has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area. Wildlife in the park includes large antelope such as eland and hartebeest, ostriches in the Postberg section, a flamingo population in the salt marshes of the Langebaan lagoon, African penguins, and many species of sea birds.
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