Over the course of 2 days, the West Coast Wild Tour will take you along the Atlantic Ocean for an inspiring trip.
Following the windswept coastline towards Namibia, discover peaceful and relaxing little paradises. It is one of the most appreciated areas of South Africa for hiking. You are going to explore the nature and watch birds during a walk at the West Coast National Park. The great stretches of wild flowers during the spring are truly breathtaking. The small fisherman villages bordering the coast, with their white houses and long beaches, give a charming atmosphere to this coast.
The West Coast also offers high-quality products like wine around Swartland, slow brewed craft beers and high quality seafood. The local people will be delighted to share the specialities of their region. If you are fond of good food, you should not be disappointed.
- West Coast National Park Hike
- Swartland Wine & Toffee Tasting
- Local seafood – Taste experience
- Horse ride on the beach
- Darling Craft Beer
- Blouberg Beach Vista
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|DEPARTURE/LOCATION||At your accommodation within 10km radius of Cape Town City Centre or Stellenbosch/Somerset West.|
|DEPARTURE TIME||On Saturday morning|
|RETURN TIME||On Sunday evening|
|TOUR GUIDE||Friendly and experienced tour guide|
Day 1: Cape Town - West Coast National Park - Swartland - Jacobsbaai
At Swartland, it is your taste buds’ turn to be enthrall thanks to a surprising palette of local wines and handcrafted toffees. The quality of their wine is really outstanding and you will have the opportunity to purchase your favorite bottles at an affordable price.
The day ends at Jacobsbaai where you can watch a tranquil sunset on the Atlantic Ocean from your accommodations.
Day 2: Jacobsbaai - Paternoster - Blouberg - Cape Town
On the way back to Cape Town, Blouberg will provide you with one of the most amazing views of Table Mountain across the bay. Your pictures are going to be worthy of postcards and you will easily understand why the name of this place means “Blue Mountain”.