CAPE WEST COAST
THE FORGOTTEN TERRITORY
The West Coast is a region situated on the western part of South Africa and stretches about 300km from Cape Town to Lamberts Bay, and inland toward the Cederberg Mountains. Everything in between is absolutely magnificent from the wildlife, wildflowers, interesting culture found in quant fishing villages, ancient old rock art and awesome adventure activities. Some popular destinations include: Paternoster a small fishing village which enjoys the best of the coast in this area. Activities include sea kayaking trips can be arranged from the reserve and offer the chance to observe the bird and marine life (including whales, in season, dolphins and seals) of the coast. Langebaan found on the west coast of South Africa is one of the best gateways to the West Coast National park. The town is rather built up considering its small size and is great for sun, fun and water sports. Cederberg Mountains, inland from the coast, on the southern fringes of Namaqualand, lie the Cederberg Mountains. The area is famed for the rock-art of the Bushmen, or San people.
Wild Flowers, Khoisan Cave Paintings, West Coast National Park, Cape Wildlife and Quant Fishing Villages.