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Kalk Bay Harbour Boats
Cape Town
Kalk Bay Harbour is a lively working harbour and one of the best places to buy fresh fish straight off the boat. It’s also a great place to take photographs – it’s almost impossible to take a bad picture here!
Swift Tern in Cape Point
Cape Town
Buffels Bay is a great spot for photographing Terns. There is usually a roost of Terns on the rocks adjacent to the bay. Swift and Sandwich Terns are common.
South Coast
Mpenjati Nature Reserve and adjacent Trafalgar Marine Protected Area, lying between Port Edward and Margate, provides scenic beauty of the coastline, estuary and coastal vegetation. There ample opportunities for a range of wildlife photography and landscape photography.
South Coast
Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve, situated on the KwaZulu Natal south coast and within a 15min drive from Scottburugh protects some of the last remaining patches of coastal scarp forest and coastal grasslands.
Cederberg
The 15 metre high Wolfberg Arch is a well known landmark in the Cederberg Wilderness. Photographing this spectacular landmark is a challenge for any landscape photographer. This is a strenuous hike to complete in a day, so if you plan to photograph the Arch you should plan on an overnight wilderness hike. You can camp anywhere in...
Southern Cape
Nestled between the escarpment, coastal forest, the Groot River and the sea, Natures Valley is one of the most scenic locations in heart of the Garden Route of South Africa.
Southern Cape
Goukamma Nature Reserve is a hidden and largely unknown gem located along the southern Cape coastline. It is a superb photographic location.
Southern Cape
The Storms River camp within the Tsitsikamma Section of the Garden Route National Park has to be one of South Africa’s most recognized landscape photographic destinations.
Southern Cape
Robberg Nature Reserve, situated on the outskirts of the Southern Cape town of Plettenberg Bay, forms a long narrow peninsula that stretches out for approximately 4km's into the sea. 
Wild Coast
Kei Mouth and Morgan’s Bay lie within the very aptly named Wild Coast and both are extremely picturesque offering a diversity of habitats within a very small area. The cliffs at Morgan’s Bay are particularly dramatic at sunset while the small forest patches scattered along the coastline offer a wide diversity of plant and bird species. ...
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