The cape to cape path is a ancient path first used by the wadandi people the traditional custodians of this area and later walked by european explorers .The walks vary from along rocky cliffs with panaramic views of the Indian ocean. Sandy paths through native bush leading to small coastal townships with cosy cafes. Historical homesteads built by the early pioneer s. Deserted beaches, limestone caves and cool shaded eucalyptus forests. There are chances of catching sight of rare native animals. In spring the wild flowers, endemic to this area and nowhere else in the world, are in abundance.This area is a biodiversity hot spot, one of only 35 in the world. Protected by it’s geographic location.