Fairytale, upmarket holiday home which is situated in the peaceful town of Franskraal, 50 km's from Hermanus and 150km's from Cape Town International Airport. Come and relax in our beautiful home, which is a mere 300 metres walk from the unspoilt...
Whale Cove A104 on Cliff Street, De Kelders, is a four star rated, three bedroom,two bathroom luxury self catering seafront apartment with spectacular sunsets and views across the bay to Hermanus. It is one of the best land based whale watching spots in
We offer you friendly personal service and quality accommodation in five Spacious Luxury Rooms (first floor of building), all with en suite bath rooms. Shark diving and whale watching
Sea Star Cliff is a luxury lodge providing guest house accommodation on the rugged Atlantic Ocean coastline. The luxuriously appointed guesthouse was designed and decorated with luxury in mind to create a perfect getaway from city life.
The house with a perfect location, right on the sea, 4 Bedrooms, of which 2 en-suite and the rest share 1 bathroom. 4 Bedrooms, of which 2 en-suite and the rest share 1 bathroom. 8 meters from the sea...
8-sleeper holiday home located on the beach at De Kelders, with magnificent sea views and a sun-drenched deck perfect for whale-watching or dolphin-spotting.
Located in Franskraal in the Western Cape region with Franskraal Beach nearby, Uilenkraalsmond resort-cabin provides accommodations with free private parking
Fairhill is a private nature and game reserve with fantastic sea and mountain views. This 10 sleeper house is situated on some 200 hectares of pristine coastal property just outside Stanford, on the Stanford - Gansbaai road.
Situated right on the exquisite natural beauty of the Klein River; 21 hectares, north facing with uninterrupted views of the Klein River mountains that run parallel to the river. Five beautiful double rooms each with en suite bathrooms and covered...
Gansbaai, or "goose bay" is a little fishing village at the foot of the Dynefontein Mountains. Renowned as the "big two" town, Gansbaai is where both Great White Sharks and Southern Right Whales are found in large numbers, east and west of the Danger Point Peninsula respectively.
The sea bird breeding colonies on Dyer Island and the Cape fur seals on Geyser Island attract sharks to the channel between, now known as "shark alley". July to December sees the annual return of the Southern Right Whale to the waters around Gansbaai to mate and calve. Boats may enter either area only with a permit and conservation is of prime importance.
This unpretentious town was named after the wild geese that frequented the freshwater fountain next to the present harbour in Gansbaai. Gansbaai is also in the heart of the Fynbos biome, home to thousands of plant-species, many of which are some of the rarest on earth. Most of the area is protected in conservancies and reserves but there are organised hikes in the region.