Greyton self catering accommodation, bed and breakfast and farm accommodation

Greyton accommodation establishments offer travelers to the village a variety of Greyton self catering accommodation, cottages, bed and breakfast venues and farm accommodation located just outside of Greyton in the surrounding countryside of this Overberg village. Greyton, South Africa, offers many restaurants and cafes, and offers the perfect conference or wedding venue, being just one and a half hours drive outside of Cape Town.

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Greyton Accommodation Recommended Sights and What to See

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Visitors to Greyton South Africa, who are plant or bird enthusiasts, will be delighted in the variety of plant and bird life to be found in and around Greyton, in the surrounding countryside and mountains. We have our own geranium perlargonium greytonense and much of the protea and fynbos species are endemic to this area which is a good draw card for any plant enthusiast and botanist. Birders would find enough birds to excite them, riverine, mountain and garden birds. Many books have been published especially for the Overberg with the birding routes clearly outlined, and these can be freely obtained at many of the Greyton accommodation establishments. Birding weekends are often arranged. As many as 60 birds can be identified in any 3 hour period.

The following bird species have been spotted in and around the town, and by guests and enthusiasts in many of the Greyton Bed and Breakfast accommodation establishments.
Black Cockoushrike, Malachite Sunbird, Double Collared Sunbird, Black African Sunbird, Red Eyed Dove, Cape White Eye, Cape Robin, Red Winged Starling, Starlings, African Starling, Cape Wagtail, Cape Sparrow, Wagtail, Yellow Canary, Bull Bull, Cardinal Woodpecker, Ducks, Pintailed Whydah, Hadida, Quail Finch, Blue Crane, Swallows, Cape Turtle Dove, Laughing dove, Spotted Eagle Owl, Forktailed Drongo, Greytit, Waxbill, Olive Thrush, Southern BouBou, Weaver, Rameron Pigeons, Rock Pigeons and the Yellow Bishop.