Sunsets, yachts and fabulous flowers…just a few things that make Langebaan one of the most beautiful spots to visit in South Africa.

Langebaan Flowers

If you’re in the Western Cape area this weekend, the flowers are in full bloom!

Langebaan Flowers

And if you’re not…we hope you enjoy these fabulous flower photos instead.

Langebaan Flowers

Taken by John Cronje on Wednesday (2 September 2015).

Langebaan Flowers

The West Coast National Park is busiest during the spring flower season in August and September, but there are many reasons to visit Langebaan, such as…

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Bird-watching. Over 300 species of birds – like the oyster catcher below – are found around the West Coast National Park’s lagoon waters.

Langebaan photo oyster catcher


The white sands around the lagoon are beautiful…

Langebaan photo

Some solitude, just two hours’ drive north of Cape Town…

Langebaan photo

Langebaan’s climate (which is mild) and protected water are perfect for water sports…from sailing and kayaking…

Langebaan photo yacht

To kitesurfing and fishing…

Langebaan photo

Langebaan is a protected haven where no industries are allowed. And whales can be spotted during October and November.

Langebaan photo

Festivals and exhibitions are held regularly at Club Mykonos Resort…

Langebaan photo

Larger events like triathlons are also held in the area, and there’s a monthly craft market and a variety of community events…
Strandloper, Langebaan
Strandloper, Langebaan
Coming up soon is the annual Langebaan Mussel Festival – 30 September to 2 October 2015.
Langebaan photo And whatever time of the year…there are always Langebaan’s sunsets…
Langebaan photo
Club Mykonos sunset
Langebaan
Enjoy!

Thank you to all the photographers: John Cronje, Keslyn Bruyns, Graeme Fourie, Jan Roos, Bruce Marais, Shanaaz Podmore, Clelland, Cameron Viveiros, Ronel Erlan and Andreas Luck.