Stretch your legs on the magnificent Robberg Peninsula Nature Reserve, where the diverse fauna, flora, and spectacular views will leave you breathless in more ways than one. Setting off along the northern side of the Robberg Peninsula, your guide will share his knowledge of the area, as well as traditional uses for some of the plants and anecdotes about the various species of wildlife spotted.
From 'the gap', you climb up towards the cliffs overlooking the Cape fur seal colony, keeping a lookout for patrolling sharks. Then you head down a large sand dune onto the southern 'wild side' and across the Tombola beach for a walk around the island, before heading back towards the starting point.
While sightings are never guaranteed, you might also spot pods of dolphins and whales.
Please note that moderate levels of fitness are required to complete the walk. You are also advised to wear closed shoes (no sandals or flip-flops). Dress according to the prevailing weather and remember to bring a hat, sunblock, and camera/binoculars.
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