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De Hoop Nature Reserve

De Hoop Nature Reserve incorporates 50 km of coastline and stretches 5 km out to sea into the rich feeding waters of the Agulhas bank, where whales and dolphins can often be seen.

With its pristine dunes, indigenous Cape Fynbos flora and lake wetlands, the reserve teems with wildlife. The seven distinct eco-systems support about 1,400 plants, 40 mammal species, 11 types of reptiles and 6 amphibian species. More than 200 different birds have been recorded and wakes of the rare Cape Vulture may be spotted on the reserve’s craggy cliffs.