Yesterday we had a stunning day out at the West Coast National Park enjoying flower season with Aunty Dee and Uncle Wayne. During flower season the Park opens up to the public the 1800 hectare privately-owned Postberg region from 1 August to 30 September so that everyone can enjoy the beauty and some game viewing. We spotted a Wildebeest, Zebra, Ostrich, Bontebok and Springbok on our drive. Pack a picnic, your camera, walking shoes and some sunglasses (doesn’t Paige look too cute in her pair, Aunty Jo and I had fun choosing her those sunnies) and enjoy what the Park has to offer. It is a wonderful day out and only an hour’s drive from Cape Town.

This week it’s South African National Parks Week and South Africans can enjoy free entry between 10 and 14 September.

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