This beautiful beach hike takes place within the new extension of the Namaqua National Park between the Spoeg and Groen rivers. Most people try to do the trail during the flower season – between late August and early October the trail is described as so unique that there is no other hike to compare.
But those who have gone before say that there is more than enough to merit doing the hike at other times of the year – whale sightings, rock pools brimming over with marine life, the second largest seal colony along the West Coast and over 150 birds that include Ludwig’s bustard, steppe buzzard and the African oystercatcher – although you might want to bear in mind that summer can get very hot in the Northern Cape.
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