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4 Barnard St, Rondebosch, Cape Town, 7700

OVERVIEW

You visit the West Coast National Park. In Spring the ground is covered in a kaleidoscope of semi desert flowers. It is also well known for its avian life & wild animals. The famous Fossil Park is known to Paleontologists worldwide. Historical town of Darling where you visit “Evita se Perron” the home and theater of South Africa’s famous satirist Pieter Dirk Uys. Thereafter you visit a historical Moravian missionary village before descending onto Blouberg to watch a wonderful west coast sunset.

South Africa
StartCape Town (Day 1)
EndCape Town (Day 1)

 Activities & Transportation

 

  • Getting around: minivan
  • A transfer from and back to the airport is included
south africa map

Day 1


This morning we leave the Cape and travel along the Atlantic coast passing dunes and lagoons to Langebaan where we visit the West Coast NP. This is the only national park in the world where you can see another national park – Table Mountain NP. Well known for its avian life, wild animals like the Eland, Springbok, Caracal and Kudu. Spring flowers abound in August particularly here. A flamingo population live in the salt marshes, African Penguins, Oyster catchers and Gannets breed here. We stop for lunch in the National Park amongst the wildlife and along the lagoon where Gerry your guide will make you a delicious “skottel braai”(barbeque lunch). Next stop is the famous Fossil Park, known to fossil enthusiasts worldwide. Afterwards we head to the Historical town of Darling where we visit “Evita se Perron” the home and theatre of South Africa’s famous satirist Pieter Dirk Uys. Thereafter we visit one of a few historical Missionary villages before desending on Blouberg to watch a sunset.

Main Destination:
  •     West Coast National Park
Accommodation:
  •     No accommodation (End of tour)
Meals & Drinks:
  •     Lunch (Breakfast & dinner not included)
  •     Non-alcoholic drinks