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West Coast Tour Activities

Rich geographical diversity, and the most astounding carpet of wildflowers in spring time. The Cape West Coast stretches from Cape Town all along this stretch of coastline is a series of quaint historic towns and fishing villages. Here you will discover a treasure trove of unspoilt beaches, incredible mountain ranges.

Unsurpassed Sea food and hospitality
Route 27 is a seafood mecca, where eating snoek, mussels and crayfish are a way of life and 'bokkoms' is the local delicacy. A number of open-air beach restaurants offer unsurpassed seafood fresh from the sea, cooked on open fires, while you watch the sun set slowly over the sea. [West Coast]
Khomani - San Culture (Bushmen)
The San of southern Africa have left a unique artistic tradition and archaeological record throughout the sub-continent. A visit to the Kalahari Desert provides a sense of freedom that is hard to find in many other parts of the world. [West Coast]
Bushman rock art
The Namaqualand area was once home to the San Bushman and in the Bushman's Kloof Nature Reserve you can view their ancient rock art.[West Coast]
Fossil Park
The Fossil Park, which lies just next door to the West Coast National Park, has uncovered 200 different kinds of animals, many of them new to science.[West Coast]
The West Coast Wine Region - plenty to offer in addition to a host of award-winning wines
Experience the tasting of the West coast's complex bouquet of fine wines - including a number of organic wine producers. This is not your typical wine route - prepare to be enchanted by whitewashed fishermen's cottages, seafood eaten straight from the sea, and wines with complexity and conscience. West Coast wine estates do things differently! Most of the West Coast wine estates can be visited by appointment only.[West Coast]
Sandboarding
Learn how to sand board on magnificent sand dunes. Sandboarding is an exciting extreme sport which is easy to learn. It is similar to snow-boarding but doesn't require layers of clothing. Expert instructors will have you flying across the sand in no time at all. [West Coast]
Quad Biking on Sand Dunes
Quad Biking on the sand dunes is truly an amazing and unique experience! Whether you're speeding through the fast stretches or navigating the technical sections. No experience required. [West Coast]
Antelope and other wildlifeMany antelope are to be seen in a setting that is as unique as it is idyllic. eland, red hartebeest, grey rhebok, steenbok and Cape grysbok are some of the species to look out for. View indigenous wildlife en route including, caracal, klipspringers, rock hyrax and the elusive Cape Mountain leopard. [West Coast]
Flowers
Here you find the most astounding carpet of wildflowers in spring time.Plan your West Coast Flower Tour for between August and September when the west coast wild flowers come into bloom. The flower season peaks between early August and late September and its delights depend on the winter rains. [West Coast]
Bird watching
Birdwatchers will be elated with the most popular bird watching spots being the Cederberg Wilderness Reserve, Lamberts Bay, Verlorenvlei and Kranskloof.[West Coast]
Geographical diversity
These areas have spectacular mountains and feature some of the most stunning rock formations. The indescribably beautiful Cederberg Mountains are famous for centuries-old rock art.[West Coast]