West Coast, South Africa

West Coast
West Coast National Park is a gem, famous for its flowers, most colourful between August and September.

West Coast National Park is a gem a mere hour and a half drive from Cape Town. Endless beauty, undulating sand dunes linking a string of secret beaches and of course, wild flowers. The park is uncrowded and beautifully preserved, the wilderness pristine and your own. 

The turquoise waters of Kraalbaai, the secret beach of Preekstoel, whale watching along the Tsaarbank section of the park, shipwreck hikes, amazing birdlife and optional leisure activities at Langebaan lagoon. Here one can windsurf, kayak, wakeboard and snorkel. West Coast National Park spoils you with a choice for adventure!

The park is famous for its flowers, most colourful from August to September.  An extensive variety of flower species burst across the landscape, colour patterns changing from one week to the next. The park may be explored on foot, on bicycle, horse riding and driving. Being situated so close to Cape Town, this is an undeniable add on to your South African holiday.