Like a colourful blanket, countless flowers display their collective grandeur spread over hectors of the north-western peninsula of the Postberg section of the West Coast National Park. Made up of brilliant individual variations of its kinds, these flowers make way to an incredible witness of another side to Creation.
In contrast to the myriad of flowers, not more than 1200 visitors are permitted to traverse the Steenbok Day Trail per year. Open only during the seasonal flowering months of August and September every year, this Tale shows how a limited trail puts a limited number of flowers into perspective.
“even the hairs of your head are all numbered.” – Matthew 10:30