The coastal section of the Namaqua National Park lies between the Groen and Spoeg River estuaries and traverses rugged yet picturesque coastline that requires the use of a 4x4 vehicle.
Numerous small bays, boulder outcrops and white beaches dot this landscape making it an extremely worthwhile photographic destination. Heaviside’s Dolphin which are endemic, occur in small pods that regularly leap out of the backs of waves with Korringkorrel Baai being one of the best locations to view these small dolphins.
In springtime, fields of colorful flowers occur right up to the edge of the beach and provide tremendous opportunity for attractive landscape images. Limpet beds of various species provide the worlds densest concentrations of grazers and make challenging photographic subjects and the Cape Fur Seal colony is one of the few that occurs within a protected area.