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Finding this beauty was a treat...and a first for me. Ferraria crispa - Many of them have an unpleasant odor and are pollinated by flies. The flowers look like mutant starfish. They are generally dull colored (cream, buff or brown) and often bizarrely marked with spots and blotches and sometimes crisped or fringed. This one was found about 10 meters from the Beach Camp on a guided flower walk. Isn't it gorgeous? Namaqua Flower Camps 14 August to 13 September 2020. ... See more
Namaqua National Park Where nature is a stage and visitors the audience. Namaqua Flower Camps - 14 August to 13 September 2020.
Did you know? The Speckled Padloper, the smallest tortoise in the world, can be found in the park. Such a privilege to spot this little guy! Namaqua Flower Camps 14 August to 13 September 2020.
Did you know? During most of the year, very little flora except hardy shrubs can be seen in Namaqualand's arid landscape. However, in August and September, after the winter's rains, wildflowers bloom in a spectacular fashion over hundreds of square kilometres. These many-coloured flowers include daisies, lilies, aloes, and perennial herbs. How many will you spot this year? Namaqua Flower Camps are open from 14 August to 13 September 2020. ... See more
NATURES GREATEST PEEP SHOW. Visit Namaqua National Park from 14 August to 13 September and celebrate not only Namaqua Flower Camps 10th birthday but also the iconic extraordinary transformation of the Flower Season in the Northern Cape. A true sight to behold. ... See more
Mother Natures silent retreat. The Flower CampsS are more popular than ever, a unique home away from home, and perfect for a breakaway in nature. Every year, nature performs a wondrous miracle in the Northern Cape when the seasonal winter rains trigger one of the most incredible floral kingdoms…a wondrous sight to behold. ... See more
Adventures of a floral kind. No matter the weather – or the season – Namaqua never disappoints. A sight to behold, this arid region is transformed from semi-desert into a colorful wonderland. Despite the drought of recent years, Mother Nature has proven her resilience and continues to surprise and enchant every visitor to Namaqualand. This year, 2020, celebrate our 10th birthday at the Beach Camp and you are invited to join us in celebrating this iconic coastline. ... See more
Fields of flowers, star studded nights, quiver trees, enormous granite outcrops and the icy Atlantic are but a few wonders that await the visitor of the magical Namaqua National Park. Your holiday awaits, book now: http://bit.ly/2r5a8yG #LiveYourWild ... See more
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