Robberg Marine Protected Area, South Africa (with Map & Photos)

The Robberg Marine Protected Area is a park located in the Western Cape, South Africa.

The marine park is part of the Robberg Nature Reserve, which forms a peninsula with a single access point. The coastline of the zone is 9 kilometers long, with rocky platforms, sandy beaches, tidal rocky reefs and tidal sandy benthos (seabed-dwelling organisms). The Cape fur seal lives here.

Robberg Marine Protected Area South Africa
Robberg Marine Protected Area South Africa

The Robberg Marine Protected Area was established on September 2, 1998 as a Marine Protected Area by government regulation. Notice No. 18 of 1998 promulgated by the Minister of Environment and Tourism, Mohammed Valli Musa, in Government Gazette No. 21948, dated December 29, 2000, in terms of Article 43 of the Marine Living Resources document. Law No. 18 of 1998.