When is the best time to visit Camdeboo National Park?

Although wildlife viewing is good throughout the year. The warmer months from October to March are more pleasant - the scenery is greener and this is also the time most of the animals are born. However, the park is mostly about its scenery and antelope species. The Camdeboo National Park is home to a rich biodiversity of 220 birds and 336 plants. Over 43 species of mammals include - bat-eared fox, meerkat, kudu, grey duiker, red hartebeest and springbok. However, birders can spot ostriches, southern pale chanting goshawks, lesser honeyguides, speckled, mousebirds and brown-hooked kingfishers.

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