Where sheltered islands host thousands of seabirds, and the azure waters of the bordering Langebaan Lagoon’s brooding salt marshes are home to vast concentrations of migrant waders and fascinating marine wildlife. Head west for an adventure into the coastal regions of the western biosphere. The surrounding Strandveld blooms with a tapestry of multi-hued flowers in Spring, scattered watering holes and rustic bush smouldering and bouldering against the Atlantic marine wetlands into an oasis of open flat plains, low level gradual hills and rock inclinations creating a fascinating unique experience of the Cape. Enjoy a scenic cycle (Seeberg mountain biking green trail 13/17km) through expansive views leading through quiet country roads lined through vast fynbos marshes and beautiful rugged Strandveld landscapes dotted with antelope species and natural sites.
Afterwards enjoy a 2 course meal at the charming historical Geelbek Restaurant of traditional heart-warming dishes, deserts and drinks. Time permitting wander for a short stroll to one of the four bird hides located in the Park for viewings of some of the many bird species found in this area, such as Flamingo, Ostrich and Black Harriers. Bird hides can be found at Geelbek (two), the Abrahamskraal Waterhole and below the Seeberg Lookout Point.
Cape Town and surrounding regions (Please specify your pick up and drop off location)
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