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Sands Road, Wilderness, South Africa
Leentjiesklip is a portion of Wilderness Beach and is situated at the far western corner of Wilderness beach. The Wilderness Beach itself stretches from Kleinkrans to the mouth of the Kaaimans River estuary. Leentjiesklip and Leentjiesklip Beach are easily accessed from the N2. From Wilderness Village, turn into Station Road and again right into Sands Road. When you reach the beach you will find limited parking, clean ablutions facilities, sand-off foot shower and a braai (barbeque) and picnic area. The Leentjiesklip area is popular with for sunbathing, fishing, whale watching, birding and it also serves as a landing strip for hang-gliders and para-gliders. Fishermen come to this beach for a variety of fish species found in the area. More commonly caught are kabeljou, blactail, steenbrass, galjoen, mullet elf (shad) and the occasional spotted grunter.




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Wilderness, Garden Route District, Western Cape, South Africa

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Half-Collared Kingfisher TrailView
This trail is within walking distance of the EBB & FLOW Rest Camp. An immense wall of green punctured only by a human sized opening welcomes walkers into this cathedral of mature forest. The most popular trail in the Wilderness region it has many picnic points and lays nestled not more than 15 meters from the riverbank and may be accessed by canoe or foot, both promising a unique experience of this exquisite ecosystem. The Half-collared crosses the Touw River by means of a pontoon to join the Giant Kingfisher trail. Trees are appropriately numbered to facilitate tree spotters in finding their favourite trees. Mostly shaded by ancient giant trees, walkers can relax as they walk comfortably on the trail to its heart boasting a magnificent waterfall where, again, picnics may be had. Many birds especially the well-known Half-collared and Giant Kingfisher, Knysna Turaco, Fish Eagle and Black-headed Oriole may be seen. Bushbuck is also known to make graceful appearances stunning ...
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Dolphin Point, Kaaimans PassView
Kaaimans Mountain Pass situated in the Garden Route, Western Cape Province of South Africa. Located above the Kaaimans River on the N2 tar Road between the towns of George and Wilderness. The Pass itself is incredibly beautiful and Dolphin Point situated at the top East end of the pass is an ideal point to stop. From here you will be able to view the Kaaimans River mouth which has an tidal estuary at its mouth. In front of the view point there are tables available for you to enjoy your picnic. You will be able to view the famous railway bridge which crosses the river mouth, which was used by the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe (the last passenger steam train in Africa that finally ended operation in June 2009) . Dolphin's Point also gives a magnificent view of Wilderness Beach and beyond. The sighting dolphin's and whales during the winter months is not uncommon.
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Wilderness Lagoon - Touws RiverView
The entrance to the Wilderness Lagoon can be found 750m from the village centre along Waterside Drive. Enjoy a picnic sitting on the grass overlooking the beautiful Wilderness Lagoon or on the benches along the boardwalk. This venue can become quiet festive over weekends and the holiday season. During high season SANParks may ask for an entrance fee. There are no ablution facilities.
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