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Bontebok National Park, located in South Africa's Western Cape region, is a beautiful and diversified area that is home to a variety of animals, including the park's namesake, the bontebok antelope.

The park also features a variety of landscapes, including rolling hills and marshes, making it an ideal location for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.


  • Wildlife viewing
  • Hiking trails
  • Scenic drives
  • Canoeing
  • Birdwatching
  • Picnicking

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Bontebok National Park is during the months of September to April when the weather is mild and the scenery is at its most vibrant.

January 22.0 60
February 22.0 50
March 20.0 40
April 18.0 30
May 16.0 20
June 14.0 10
July 14.0 10
August 14.0 20
September 16.0 30
October 18.0 40
November 20.0 50
December 22.0 60

Getting There

Bontebok National Park is easily accessible by road, with visitors typically driving from the nearby city of Cape Town, which is approximately 170 km away.

The nearest airport is Cape Town International Airport, which offers regular flights from major cities in South Africa and around the world.


Visitors to Bontebok National Park can stay in a variety of accommodations, including camping sites, chalets, and self-catering cottages. There's something to fit everyone's wants and interests, whether you want a rustic, outdoor experience or a more comfortable stay.

Bontebok National Park is a must-see location for anybody wishing to enjoy the natural splendor of South Africa's Western Cape region, with its magnificent landscape, unique species, and variety of activities.