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Namakwa Campsites

From August to September each year, the Namaqualand explodes with colour, covering the vast empty plains with wildflowers, this must be one of the most beautiful places to be during those spring months and visitors will be delighted with the show. The region is also home to the Ai-Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Conservation Park, which borders on Namibia, as well as the small fishing and diamond mining towns of Alexander Bay, Port Nolloth and Hondelkipbaai where the desert meets the ocean. Highlights: Diamond Mine tours, Hondeklip Bay shipwrecks, Skilpad Wildflower Reserve, Namakwa 4x4 Trail, Richtersveld National Park, Desert Lichen Fields, Alluvial Diamond Mines and Museum, Orbicule Koppie, Garies Spring Flowers, Paulshoek Cultural Camp, Kleinzee Nature Reserve; Seal Colony and Museum, Oorlogskloof Nature Reserve, Port Nolloth, Goegap Nature Reserve, Namastat Cultural Village, hiking, fishing, boating, historical sites and buildings.

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