Bontebok National Park is the smallest National Park in South Africa; it is only 28 square Kilometres. Therefore, the Park is very rewarding in your animal sightings!. The Bontebok is a medium sized antelope, with a multi-coloured coat which is endemic or native, to the Western Cape. This species is unfortunately listed on: "the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List, of Threatened Species!" There is however, a variety of beautiful rare Fynbos, abundant birdlife, tortoises; Mountain Zebra and much more, to be seen. Walking and Mountain Biking Trails are available as well as Picnic spots, along the Brede River.

Geolocation
-34° 3' 54", 20° 28' 4.8"