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The prime area for whale watching
in Southern Africa
The whalecoast is dedicated to the conservation of all eco-tourist resources within the general area. We hope to bring a larger public awareness to the unique fauna & flora of this area, together with the controlled number of tourists visiting these ecologically sensitive areas as many of the fauna & flora are found nowhere else on planet earth. This unique fauna & flora is an ideal tourist destination for all eco-tourists. We offer a very large variety of tourism features which include all types of accommodation, boat charters, tour operators and general businesses.
GardeNet, a DolphinPhone Associate, offers you this unique opportunity to acquire your own DolphinPhone to listen to underwater sounds:
This area has been totally unspoilt by man and the lack of large scale industry is proven in the pristine beauty of our ecologies. We have preserved our heritage for you to enjoy. We offer all the standard tourist attractions close to Cape Town. These attractions include whale watching, eco tourism and commercial farming of which ostrich farming is an integral part. Other attractions include forests, mountains, Cape floral kingdom and arts and crafts trail.
Come and experience our warm hospitality, peace and tranquility.
To experience the most peaceful and tranquil environment you can imagine, visit the Whalecoast.
The Whalecoast is to the east of Cape Town, South Africa, and includes the Overberg and Garden Route regions. It is strategically situated along the national road from Cape Town to George. The area comprises an abundance of eco-tourism locations. This is owing to the wide diversity of landscape and is South Africa's nature treasure trove undiscovered.
The region is aptly named as it contains the largest concentration of Southern Right whales.
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