Cape Overberg Region

The Cape Overberg, stretching along endless coasts and over mountain ranges with interesting geological formations, abundant birdlife and fynbos. With sandy white beaches and coastal coves, it is the lure which sees Southern Right, Humpback and Bryde's whales migrating to its waters to calve and nurse their young. These gracious mammals, mere meters from the shore, provide unsurpassed whale watching.
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The blood lily, Haemanthus sanguineus, a summer-blooming geophyte native to the Western Cape, South Africa.

The blood lily, Haemanthus sanguineus, a summer-blooming geophyte native to the Western Cape, South Africa.

Sand Dune at De Hoop Nature Reserve    Photo and caption by Fred Turck    De Hoop Nature Reserve in the Southern Cape area of South Africa

Sand Dune at De Hoop Nature Reserve Photo and caption by Fred Turck De Hoop Nature Reserve in the Southern Cape area of South Africa

the Elgin Valley, where you will indulge in fruit, deli foods, fine wines www.landnsand.co.za

the Elgin Valley, where you will indulge in fruit, deli foods, fine wines www.landnsand.co.za

De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape - Whale Trail, a wild day at Vaalkrans

De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape - Whale Trail, a wild day at Vaalkrans

South African Overberg Western Cape

South Africa,Natural Beauty,Africans,Westerns,Paradise,Running,Clouds

Stanford, Overberg www.toursducap.com

Stanford, Overberg www.toursducap.com


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Coastline along the Kogelberg by Woozie on Dreamstime.com

Coastline along the Kogelberg by Woozie on Dreamstime.com

"Evening glow, Overberg" Best of South African Artists

Evening glow, Overberg

"Evening glow, Overberg" Best of South African Artists

south african overberg western cape

South Africa,Natural Beauty,Africans,Westerns,Paradise,Running,Clouds

Clarence Drive, Scenic Splendour of False Bay

Clarence Drive, Scenic Splendour of False Bay

The Cape Overberg - interesting geological formations, abundant birdlife and fynbos.

The Cape Overberg - interesting geological formations, abundant birdlife and fynbos.

Old Hermanus harbour, now a national monument www.toursducap.com

Old Hermanus harbour, now a national monument www.toursducap.com

Video of Whalewatching False Bay, Cape Town.   South Africa has become known for its' great whale watching over the years, mostly due to the warm and nutrient rich waters along the South African coastline. The whales that visit our shores like to feed and give birth to their young whilst migrating. Whale watching is seasonal and whales start arriving in Cape Town as early as the end of May, until the end of November. The peak months are September and October.

Video of Whalewatching False Bay, Cape Town. South Africa has become known for its' great whale watching over the years, mostly due to the warm and nutrient rich waters along the South African coastline. The whales that visit our shores like to feed and give birth to their young whilst migrating. Whale watching is seasonal and whales start arriving in Cape Town as early as the end of May, until the end of November. The peak months are September and October.

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