Coastal Fynbos

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Cape Rock Jumper | Rooiels
Cape Town
Rooiels is a top birding destination to see the endemic Cape Rockjumper.
De Mond Nature Reserve by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Overberg
De Mond Nature Reserve is a small picturesque coastal reserve that lies almost halfway between Arniston and Struisbaai. The Heuningness River widens here before entering the sea, forming a tranquil lagoon that is popular with fishermen and birdwatchers. De Mond is one of only a few important breeding locations for the Damara Tern in South Africa.
Harold Porter National Botanical Garden | © Arne Purves
Overberg
The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden located between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, an hour east of Cape Town, South Africa.
Dramatic Seascape Noordhoek Beach
Cape Town
Noordhoek Beach (north) is a popular walking, birding and surfing beach. The expansive white sand beach, granite rock formations and rugged coastline in general makes this a popular beach for photography.
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.
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.
Cape Town
Chapmans Peak Drive is one of the best spots in Cape Town to photograph sunsets. There are spectacular views over Houtbay and Sentinel peak.
Overberg
The tidal fish traps at Noordkapperhoek, in Stillbaai, are of the best preserved and are an example of the oldest working technology in Southern Africa.
Arniston Caves Featured Hot
Overberg
Arniston is locally known as Waenhuiskrans and lies 25km's southeast of Bredasdorp. The caves are accessed through the CapeNature entrance. You can access the caves at low tide only. Most landscape photography is done from the cliff tops.
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