West Coast water

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Our West Coast isn't as fortunate as the rest of the Western Cape in that it doesn't have a great deal of surface water and most of the water used for agriculture has to be sucked up from deep below the earth.

In stark contradiction to the area's agricultural strength, the West Coast fishing industry booms with the seas along this stretch of coast teeming with Snoek, Cape Lobster, abalone, calamari, octopus, oysters, mussels and more.

If you like areas with hot and dry weather, plenty of fish, and a relatively low number of people per square kilometer - then our West Coast certainly is the place for you! If not, try the East Coast garden route. :)

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