The best birding is held at the Kuifkopvisvanger Resort and the adjacent Kliphoek Salt Pans. Access to both of these locations is obtained at the Kuifkopvisvanger reception (-32.8117, 18.1941).
After turning off the R27 onto the R399 (-32.8026, 18.1685) look for Secretarybird and Blue Crane in the roadsidefields. After turning into the farm (-32.8155, 18.1802) look for Southern Black Korhaan and Capped Wheatear, and occasionally Cape Long-billed Lark, and Grey-backed Sparrow-lark on either side of the gravel road.
The lower Berg River Estuary is one of the top places in the Western Cape for watching shorebirds. Spring and summer offer the best birding seeing the arrival of thousands of migrant waders. Specials like Chestnut-banded Plovers are present all year. The salt pans and marshes along the southern bank of the river offer the best birding. The surrounding scrub and farm fields are good for a variety of local specials. As with all shore birding, a scope is highly recommended.