Kent Flower Tour Mountain, Protea on Flower tour and Bird


Ideally, the West Coast Region is best visited during the late Winter and Spring months, mid August through to September, because the Region experiences extremely hot conditions during Summer which soon withers the Spring flowers. However, we are so passionate about the West Coast that we welcome any excuse to visit the area at any time during the year.

The rugged and arid West Coast is a region of extreme contrast and spectacular beauty. This tour allows Visitors to experience both the constantly changing landscape and the hospitality of the local people at the numerous small Fishing harbours and small villages that the tour takes us through . The scenic beauty of this almost desolate Coast is complemented by its plentiful marine life and its fauna, which includes a great  diversity of birds, all integral to the variety of flowers and other flora offered by this beautiful West Coast Region of the Cape.

The tour starts with a photo opportunity at Blouberg Beach for that unparalleled picture post card view of Cape Town and Table Mountain, before heading off to the West Coast National Park, a nature lovers and birdwatchers paradise. Here, if Mother Nature allows, we should get to experience the spectacular Spring Wild Flower displays that this Region offers, perhaps also spotting the wild animals such as Eland, Bontebok, Zebra, etc also found in the Reserves. Also look out for the awesome Southern Right Whale, often found frolicking in the Bays.

We stop over amidst the flowers for an optional lunch at one of the superb little seaside restaurants found along the Coast or at the Geelbek Restaurant in the West Coast National Park itself after which we make our leisurely way back  to the City late afternoon still exploring as we go. In season, this is a tour that simply astounds the senses with displays of wild flowers. A spare memory card for your camera is essential!

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