Dwarskersbos, jewel of the West Coast
DWARSKERSBOS – WEST COAST – Weskus of South Africa
Dwarskersbos is situated on the magnificent West Coast of the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where the cold turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean lap mile after untouched mile of shells and sand. This entire region is known for the fishing villages that have dotted the coastline for generations, establishing their own unique culture that is such an integral part of the South African identity today.
The beautiful unspoilt beach of Dwarskersbos is this small town’s iconic attraction, both for South African and international tourists. It is along this coastline that many Southern Right whales pass between the months of June and September, mesmerizing spectators with their inquisitive ways and acrobatic playfulness.
Outdoor enthusiasts’ will enjoy The Rocherpan Nature Reserve that is situated just outside of Dwarskersbos, which is home to some amazing avian species, including aquatic and endangered varieties.
Surrounding towns that are also well-known amongst travellers include Velddrift, Lamberts Bay, Saldanha, Paternoster and Langebaan. Dwarskersbos is also only a few hours’ drive from the capital city of the Western Cape, Cape Town, which boasts an almost endless variety of things to do and see.
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