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Grand Central Floral in West Coast National Park Langebaan

Posted on Wed September 9, 2020.

Ideal day trip to view the flower season in full swing. Postberg section of West Coast National Park open to public in August and September!

The West Coast National Park is always worth a visit specifically during the symphony of the beauty of flower season where fields are covered in all colours imaginable.

Every year in spring, the area bursts into a splash of colour as wildflowers bloom. Best of all that the protected area Postberg is open to the public in August and September. There are 250 bird species in the greater park, game species like eland and mountain zebra, as well as passing whales and dolphins along the Atlantic Ocean, especially from the Atlantic viewpoint or Tsaarsbank.

The highlight of the park is the Langebaan Lagoon, which is a Ramsar Wetland of international importance.

The West Coast National Park is about 362,6 km² and its main attractions are Kraalbaai Beach (which is very popular for swimming), hiking the Strandveld Trails, Bird watching and experiencing Geelbek Restaurant unless you decide to bring your own picnic basket along.

Ideal day trip if you stay at Farr Out Guesthouse in Paternoster for some time to discover all the beauties along the West Coast.