The scenery in the Cape of Good Hope Sanctuary is also very good, with very lush plants, and there are many small animals on the beach. The beach is very clean, we can only admire the scenery from a distance, without disturbing the small animals on the beach
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Hao Mong Kok is not only a magnificent natural landscape, but also a nature reserve with many creatures. Many wild monkeys, deer and ostriches live here. There are also many seabirds living on the cliffs here. While visiting the natural beauty of the Cape of Good Hope, it is very interesting to observe the interesting animals here.
The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is also in the Cape of Good Hope Scenic Area. There are a lot of animals inhabited here, most of which are birds. We did not disturb these human friends, we only visited from a distance
It's a big nature reserve, and it really makes me forget about it.
Cape of Good Hope is one of South Africa's most famous tourist attractions at the southwestern tip of the African Republic, 48km north of Cape Town, near the Atlantic Ocean, at the end of the Cape Peninsula. The storm surges of the strong west winds are constantly on the rise, and there are often "killer waves" besides storm damage. The front of the wave is like a cliff cliff, and the rear is like a gentle slope. The wave height is generally 15-20 meters. It occurs frequently in winter and is sometimes accompanied by rotating waves caused by polar wind. When the two waves are combined, the sea conditions are worse, and there is a strong coastal current. When the waves meet the currents, the whole sea rolls like a pot, and the ships that sail here often suffer, so this is the most dangerous section of the sea in the world. ...
We knew from childhood that there is a place called the Cape of Good Hope at the southernmost tip of the African continent. The Portuguese navigator Diaz first landed in Africa that year. At the southwestern end of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, there is a headland that looks like a huge crocodile's claws extending into the Atlantic Ocean. This is the name card of the Cape of Good Hope and the name card of South Africa and Africa. As a symbol of Africa, the Cape of Good Hope is a must-see for every African tourist enthusiast. The Cape of Good Hope, such a famous sign, has only a simple wooden sign that says CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, and latitude and longitude. There are no commercial facilities around, no food and beverage outlets, and no one will be around you to charge you for taking pictures. In South Africa Environmental protection is a top priority. South Africans will not do anything that harms the environment because of their interests. The Cape of Good Hope is home to wild animals. From time to time, you can see the beautiful appearance of antelopes, ostriches, baboons... and other animals.
I remember in my textbook when I was a child, I thought it was unbelievable to stand here... "God undoubtedly loves Cape Town. He not only gave it a unique geographic location and beautiful natural scenery, but also gave it unparalleled vitality. Here you can meet the two oceans, get in close contact with dolphins, whales, penguins, and sharks. Here, people, nature, and animals reach perfect harmony.” The Cape of Good Hope is not the southernmost point of Africa, but the southwestern end. It's also a veritable horn of the storm, it doesn't stand up at all.