The Northern Cape is known for its floral displays in Namaqualand, cultural attractions. National Parks and outdoor pursuits,
Attractions in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa
The Northern Cape Province of South Africa is well known because of its annual floral displays after spring rains fall in Namaqualand. There are numerous cultural, Archeological and historic attractions in this region. The Northern Cape is the largest province of South Africa, but is characterised by a very low population density. Within an area of scant summer rainfall, the arid interior is a world of its own, which offers a unique experience of South Africa to tourists. Bleak though it may seem it is a countryside full of life due to the life-giving flow of the Orange river and its surrounding activities drawing from this life source. Had it not been for the Orange River, this may have been a little known part of the country abandoned to its original nomadic inhabitants and adapted wildlife forms.
Scarcely orphans of the veld, Mountain Zebra and Springbok thrive in the haunting wilderness of the Great Karoo and its many hiking trails. Most of Northern Cape Province is dominated by open areas of shrublands and low fynbos. The province has a magnificent coastline 313 km in length, which stretches along the Namaqualand District Municipality. The area is rich in marine and coastal resources, especially offshore diamonds. The original diamond rush developed around Kimberley. The Northern Cape is divided into five distinct regions and offers many attractions for the visitor to experience