This restricted area lies some 96 km west of Springbok, on the Diamond Coast. The diamond mining operations date back to 1927 and the most southerly operations of the mine, at Koingnaas, only started in the 1970s. The strandveld is in excellent condition, but visitors still need permits to enter the area.
Adventure and Sport
4×4 Routes: Group bookings can be made for several routes that lead to shipwrecks, undisturbed coastland and the alluvial mine.
Fauna and Flora
Kleinzee Nature Reserve: More than 100 indigenous species of plants thrive in this area, which is smaller than four football fields.
Seal Colony: More than 450 000 seals live on the admiralty strip on the coast.
History and Architecture
Kleinzee Museum: The museum focuses on the mining, natural environment and history of humankind in the area.