Stunning views - some great photographic opportunities. Beautiful scenery. Infrastructure in the park has been well maintained and toilets were clean. There were still some flowers in late October. Nice variety of wildlife to see
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This a place I reccomend for all nature lovers who spend a few days in Cape Town. It's only an hour driving from the city. Allow yourself at least half of day to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings and to discover everything the place...More
It is simply amazing how this most beautiful part of the world can transform into a picturesque portrait, after the first bit of rains..! The park offers both young and old the opportunity to appreciate nature at its best, an mere hour and a half...More
If you go in peak season and visit Postberg go early to avoid traffic congestion. Postberg is a privately owned piece of land (about 6000 hectares) inside the national park which is normally not open to the public. Every year however, between August and September...More
We have been there early September and the park was beautiful: So many colorful flowers in front of the sea. There is also a nice restaurant in the park. Plan a day trip from Cape Town for a visit. A must see!
It would be maybe Your only opportunity see flowered land! During our way (from Cape Town to Khalagadi NP) to see thousands flowers in Namaqua NP we visited first West Coast NP a we saw flowering land, more than we saw later in Namaqua due...More
It was free entrance to the West Coast National Park 12-17 Sept so hubby and I went on a spur of the moment, to see the flowers. It was fantastic! Beautiful blooms. Saw a couple of wild ostriches and tortoises crossing the road. The park...More