Western Cape

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Swartberg Pass with its large altitudinal gradient supports a variety of plant life and bird species. It also boasts spectacular landscape photography scenery.
Picturesque landscapes, diverse waterbird species, rare migrant waders and vast fields of spring flowers make the West Coast National Park and Langebaan Lagoon a must see destination.
Best known for Bird Island and the thousands of breeding Cape Cormorant, Lamberts Bay offers a variety of photographic opportunities.
Rondevlei Nature Reserve is one of the top bird photography destinations in Cape Town. A birders paradise, it also has a resident population of Hippopotamus. The reserve has several well located bird hides on the waters edge. There are arlso several towers and platforms that provide a superb elevated view to photograph from or bird watch. ...
Boyes Dr scenic drive is one of Cape Towns little gems. Linking the suburb of Lakeside with the small suburb of Kalk Bay, this drive is elevated above the suburbs and runs along the lower slopes of the Muizenberg Mountains.
Arniston Caves Featured Hot
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.
The Malachite bird hide is located on the northern shore of the Bo-Langvlei in the Wilderness Section of the Garden Route National Park. Bo-Langvlei is one of a series of lakes connected by the Touw River (Eilandvlei, Langvlei and Rondevlei) and hosts a variety of aquatic species and is an internationally proclaimed Ramsar site.
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