Mount Brandaris, Washington-Slagbaai National Park

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Mountain
At 241 m (791 ft), Mount Brandaris stands as the highest peak on the island, a 100 million-year-old product of volcanic activity. Climb up to the top amidst a landscape of deserts, cacti, and dry forests as you watch for iguanas, lizards or bright pink flamingos. Because of the region's hot, arid climate, carry water and food with you and wear sturdy hiking boots to handle the rocky terrain. Although sometimes intense, the hike rewards you with a stunning vista of the ocean and island. Plan your visit to Mount Brandaris and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Washington-Slagbaai National Park tourist route planner.
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  • The trip to the Brandaris in the national park is in itself an enterprise. You need the whole loop exit on unpaved roads with deep pits and stone. So take your time. Take especially water and something to eat. The hike to the top was clambering up. In addition to beautiful view! The way down is really up. Steep descent, not easy. The ride back takes you along beautiful bays, many rocks little beach. Knalrose beautiful flamingos
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  • Nice hike to the top. Make sure you wear sensible footwear (no flip flops) as other people have mentioned the last bit is quite rough.  more »
  • This was a lot of fun but it wasn't a hike at all. The first part of the trail is along the road. That's about as close to a hike as you get. Once you start to climb up the mountain, there is no trail...  more »