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Agulhas National Park

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Agulhas National Park, [1] is in the Western Cape of South Africa.

Understand[edit]

Agulhas National Park is located on the southernmost tip of Africa where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. The park form part of the Cape Floral Kingdom UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Agulhas National Park, +27 (0)28 435-6222 (, fax: +27 (0)28 435-6225).

History[edit]

The park was proclaimed in March 1999, but it will take a number of years in order to acquire and consolidate all the land that is to form the complete park.

Landscape[edit]

Flora and fauna[edit]

The park is new and still under development. Since it is not totally fenced no large mammals have been reintroduced to the area.

Climate[edit]

Generally hot and dry in the summer months with most rainfall occurring during the winter.

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There is no accommodation inside the park, but the nearby towns of L’Agulhas and Struisbaai provides various options.

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