Cape Overberg Region

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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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Betty's Bay www.toursducap.com

Betty's Bay www.toursducap.com

Stanford, Overberg www.toursducap.com

Stanford, Overberg www.toursducap.com

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.

Whale Watching Hikes - De Hoop/Potberg Nature Reserve has seven distinct eco-systems and is an excellent spot from which to view the Southern Right whales with their calves from June to November.

Whale Watching Hikes - De Hoop/Potberg Nature Reserve has seven distinct eco-systems and is an excellent spot from which to view the Southern Right whales with their calves from June to November.

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

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

"Sunset over Pringle Bay, Western Cape: photo by Andrew James"

"Sunset over Pringle Bay, Western Cape: photo by Andrew James"

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