Robberg Nature Reserve, situated 8 km south of Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route, is not only a nature reserve, but also a National Monument. Rocks from this region date back 120 million Years to the breakup of Gondwanaland and evidence of middle and later Stone Age inhibition has been found in a few of the caves along the Peninsula. Visitors can find out more at the Nelson Bay Cave Interpretive Centre. Some highlight features of a visit here include spotting the rare 'Blue Duiker', the Western Cape’s smallest antelope; walking alongside one of the seven climbing-falling dunes on the Cape Coastline; and viewing the highest navigational light on the South African Coastline, at the Cape Seal Lighthouse (146m above sea level). The Reserve also extends 1.8km offshore, providing protection to a range of vulnerable fish species. Visitors can expect inspiring Landscapes, exciting dolphin and whale sightings in season, and to be accompanied on their walks or hikes by a variety of bird species and the occasional seal. An overnight hut is available for those who want to spend more time on this beautiful Reserve.
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