Cultural immersion with the San at their heritage centre
Set on an 850-hectare nature reserve north of Cape Town, !Khwa ttu's Heritage Centre was established to enable the San to reclaim their heritage and share their heritage. Explore the landscape on horseback, guided by these First People as they unlock the secrets of their land.
Dine the West Coast way, toes in the sand
Lunch is at an authentic coastal restaurant renowned for its traditional West Coast style. Indulge in freshly caught seafood and cold water crayfish served alongside traditional dishes for which the area is know for, combined with stunning coastal scenery where the food is the hero.
Where the wildflowers grow, the West Coast National Park
Discover the key conservation areas of the West Coast National Park and the tranquil Langebaan Lagoon. The national park is renowned for its wildflowers that carpet the landscape between August and September each year, specifically in the Postberg area which is home to much wildlife too.
From wildlife to contrasting vistas
Look beyond the wildflowers for resident antelope, zebra, tortoises, and the quarter of a million sea birds that call the West Coast National Park home. Marvel at the setting from viewpoints, and the contrasting moods of the lagoon as opposed to the wild Atlantic waters crashing onto the 16-mile beach.