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September, 2015, during the height of Spring in South Africa, we traveled from Cape Town around the horn of Africa up to Port Elizabeth along what is named "The Garden Route".

On this leg of our trip we visited the West Coast Park, part of the famous Garden Route. This portion of the park is only open for 2 months out of the year- the spring wild flowers draw visitors from all over the world. The Bontebok antelope and birds are all very active this season.
Upon leaving we then travelled to Mudlark Riverfront Lodge on the Breede River in Infante. This is the spring calving season for Southern Right Whales and a beautiful spot for a variety of birds and antelope.

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