Hiking in the greater St Francis


The Irma Booysen Flora Reserve can be entered at various points in Cape St Francis, and has well marked intertwining routes through the reserve. The trees are marked for easy identification, and benches are placed throughout the reserve to enjoy the view over the headland with two points, unique in the world.

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Hike to Shark Point[/caption]

Shark Point, or the Cape St Francis Point, is the point between St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis Bay. Remains of shipwrecks can be found there. It is a popular fishing spot and sightseeing includes sea life and boats passing.

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Cape St Francis Nature Reserve[/caption]

Enter the reserve from the end of St Francis Drive in St Francis Bay, just past Port St Francis, or from the end of Da Gama Road in Cape St Francis (don’t forget to stop at the Look Out Point, from where you have a panoramic view of Cape St Francis, Port St Francis and St Francis Bay in St Francis Drive).

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