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Golf course, Pinnacle Point Beach & Gold Resort  © South African Tourism

Pinnacle Point

Picture this, secluded beaches with picturesque views and 4km of coastline pleasure. The area is lush with vegetation and the fynbos just frames the beauty around you. This in itself is breathtaking. If that wasn't enough then take a walk around the manicured fairways of one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world with views that will capture your mind.

Pinnacle Point is a popular destination and is only 3 hours away from Cape Town and less than 20 minutes away from the George International Airport which makes it convenient for national and international visitors.

The climate in Pinnacle Point is also one of the best climates in the world with maximum temperatures not often rising above the mid 20's and with winter temperatures still enabling you to enjoy outdoor activities all year round.

Pinnacle Point, near Mossel Bay in the Western Cape of South Africa, offers a stunning coastal landscape with a rich history and plenty of activities to enjoy.

Here are five things to see or do in and around Pinnacle Point:

  1. Pinnacle Point Cave Tours: Explore the ancient caves of Pinnacle Point, which hold evidence of some of the earliest known human inhabitants in South Africa. These caves have yielded archaeological treasures, including artifacts and fossils dating back over 160,000 years. Guided tours are available, providing insight into the region's prehistoric past.

  2. Golf at Pinnacle Point Beach and Golf Resort: Tee off at one of South Africa's premier golf courses, located atop the cliffs of Pinnacle Point. With breathtaking ocean views and challenging holes, this award-winning golf course offers an unforgettable golfing experience for players of all skill levels.

  3. Whale Watching: Take a boat tour or hike along the coastline during the winter months (June to November) to witness the majestic southern right whales as they migrate along the coast. Pinnacle Point offers excellent vantage points for whale watching, with the chance to spot these magnificent creatures breaching and playing in the waves.

  4. Hike the St. Blaize Trail: Lace up your hiking boots and embark on the scenic St. Blaize Trail, which starts near Pinnacle Point and stretches along the coastline towards Mossel Bay. This moderate hike offers stunning views of the rugged coastline, dramatic cliffs, and pristine beaches, with opportunities to spot wildlife and birdlife along the way.

  5. Visit the Dias Museum Complex: Take a short drive to Mossel Bay and explore the Dias Museum Complex, which commemorates the historic landing of Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias in 1488. The complex includes the Maritime Museum, the Shell Museum, a replica of Dias's ship, and the Old Post Office Tree, a historic tree used by early sailors to leave messages for passing ships.

Whether you're interested in history, outdoor adventure, or simply soaking in the natural beauty of the Western Cape coastline, Pinnacle Point and its surrounding attractions offer something for everyone to enjoy.





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