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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.
The Wilderness National Park lies within the heart of the Garden Route and with sea, forest, lakes and wetlands, this is one of the most picturesque areas in the country.
The Boulders Beach parking lot provides a great vantage point for photographing the penguins as they make their way down to the water. 
The rugged coastline within the Agulhas National Park and at the southern tip of Africa draws thousands of people to the point where many contest that the warm Indian Ocean meets with the cold Atlantic.
Pelagic birding is not just about trying to see a few new birds; it is a whole adventure which starts with climbing aboard a boat and heading into for us humans, an artificial environment way out to sea where land is no longer visible.
Veldrift lies on the northern shores of the Berg River estuary. This spot is on the outskirts of town, where the small "Bokkom" boats operate from. The fishermen net for the small fish locally known as Bokkoms (Harders).
Hippo Pools is a popular swimming and snorkelling spot in the De Hoop Nature Reserve.
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