Vermont


Vermont Salt Pan
The Vermont Salt Pan, a part of the greenbelt system, is also classified as critically endangered. It lies in a land depression of just over 17 hectares with a system of feeder reed-covered wetlands. Wildlife in the salt pan includes over 600 flamingos for up to six months of the year.

Brekfis Bay
Brekfis Bay is a quiet beach situated near the Vermont Nature Reserve. The beautiful white sand dunes offer visitors the perfect picnic spot to relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings.

Frans Senekal Nature Reserve
The Frans Senekal Nature Reserve in Vermont offers a walk from Vermont along the sea's edge past Hoek van den Berg to Hawston harbour.

Vermont Coastal Path

The Vermont coastal path runs for 2.2km. The path changes from sand, to cement and is some areas a lovely wooden boardwalk. Along the way, keep your eyes open for Cape Otter, Whales, Dolphins and a myriad of sea birds and coastal plants. Stop at every bench and enjoy the wonderful views of our wild rocky coastline.


The Jan Rabie Tidal Pool
Take the little ones armed with magnifying glasses to explore.