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Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure

06-11 September departure only

Cape Town to Cape Town tour

5 nights / 6 days flower package

R10 600 per adult sharing

R14 200 per single adult

Highlights:

  • Postberg Flower Reserve
  • West Coast National Park
  • Paternoster fishing village
  • Ramskop Flower reserve
  • Clanwilliam rock art and flowers
  • Rooibos tea tasting
  • Largest succulent nursery in the world
  • Vanrynsdorp
  • Niewoudtville ‘bulb capital of the world’
  • Quiver Tree Forest
  • Charming country accommodation
  • Traditional cuisine

Subject to availability.

Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure

The Cape Wild Flowers

The Cape Wild Flowers are one of the natural wonders of the world. The arid areas of the Cape West Coast and the semi desert of Namaqualand, transform into a floral wonderland that attracts photographers, artists, botanists and sightseers from around the globe.

The wild flowers begin flowering first in the north in Namqualand in late July/early August and then roll out southwards, through Nieuwoudtville and the Cederberg towards the West Coast, at the beginning of September.

https://www.capewestcoast.org/Flower%20Route%20Map%202015%20FA.pdf

Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure

Cape Town

The Mother City lies in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom – the smallest and richest of the earth’s six
floristic kingdoms. It’s the only city in the world with a 1000 metre high mountain on its doorstep. With a Biodiversity Garden on the Green Point Common, plus the world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens at the foot of Table Mountain, and easily accessible mountain walking trails, a visit to the Cape Peninsula has something for everyone’s level of fitness. Cape Town has numerous walking clubs, conservation groups and societies that welcome visitors who have a shared interest in combining outdoor walks with the enjoyment of viewing flowers growing in their natural habitat. Each season brings its own surprises, with spring flowers extending well into November.

The West Coast

Between July and October each year, the sun-baked plains and sandstone mountains of the West Coast
metamorphose into a kaleidoscope of brilliant colour as the veld gives rise to the world renowned wild flowers.

The roadsides and wetlands are filled with the last patches of Arum Lillies and white Rain Daisies herald the arrival of spring, jostling with tiny yellow Button Daisies, Blue Flax and pink Nemesias. Look out for the daintier, sometimes hidden Winecups, Sparaxis, Lechenalia and Babiana flowers. Good rains will ensure that the carpets of flowers last well into October and multi-coloured Vygies, Watsonias and fields of orange and yellow ‘Stinkkruid” will await you too.

Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure

Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure Last Chance to book Spring Flower Tour Cape Town 6 to 11 September departure

 

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