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Agulhas National Park


Park Manager: Agulhas National Park
PO Box 120
L'Agulhas 7285

Tel: +27 (0)28 435 6078
Contact: Emmerentia De Kock

This windswept, ruggedly beautiful coastal plain at the southernmost tip of Africa, with its rich cultural and natural heritage, was proclaimed as the Agulhas National Park in 1999. The park currently measures 21 971.0161ha. This park is best known for its birding - CLICK HERE for a comprehensive bird list for the park. 


The floral diversity includes some 2 000 species of indigenous plants including 100 that are endemic to the area and over 110 Red Data species.


5 Things to do
  • Stand on the southernmost tip of the African continent
  • Visit the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse - the second oldest lighthouse in southern Africa
  • Look out for Southern Right Whale - between June and November
  • Search for the endangered African Black Oystercatcher and the near threatened Damara Tern
  • Hit the trail - there are three hiking trails in the park. 
Four small rest camps are found in the Park. CHECK HERE for availablity. 
Information from the SANParks Website