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First light in Pringle Bay  © nick farnhill, License

Pringle Bay

The small seaside village of Pringle Bay is only one hour's drive away from Cape Town on the scenic Clarence Drive (Route 44). Named after Rear Admiral Thomas Pringle in 1797, Pringle Bay is known for its rocky shores and the "Drostersgat", a cave said to be used as a refuge by prisoners and slaves.

Situated in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, Pringle Bay lies in the heart of Cape Floral Kingdom, an area with the most plant species per square metre. Southern Right Whales visit the sheltered bays along this coastline from June to December to calve and nurse their offspring.

Pringle Bay is en route to Hermanus, famed for its land-based whale watching, and perfectly positioned to explore the natural diversity of the Overberg Region. A wide variety of fynbos is on display at the Harold Porter Botanical Garden, 12 km's away, and nearby Betty's Bay is home to a colony of Jackass Penguin. Popular wine routes, close to Pringle Bay, include Stellenbosch and the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley.

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