Situated just inland from the secluded harbour of Saldanha Bay, one finds the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, focal point of the West Coast National Park. The famous wild flowers of Postberg in the West Coast National Park can be viewed in spring during the months of August and September. When the Cape Strandveld wildflowers are in full bloom, they are a breath-taking sight, decorating the fields with textured weaves of colour as far as the eye can see. Many annual events are planned around the wildflower spectacle, such as the Darling Wildflower Show, exhibiting the largest variety of South African indigenous flowers. The West Coast National Park is a must-see place for every eco-tourist, with rich fauna and flora, Cape fynbos and lots of natural history to discover.
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Please Note: The spectacle of the Wild Flowers happens only in the Postberg section open August and September