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About the Cape Whale Coast

The unspoiled and protected environment of The Cape Whale Coast is its' greatest asset. Mountains, Fynbos, Beaches, Rivers, Fauna and wide open spaces abound. Locals and holiday makers enjoy a myriad of activities and adventures that can only be experienced in this wonder-full, natural environment.

For more information, contact:

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism, www.kleinmondtourism.co.za
Hermanus Tourism, www.hermanustourism.info
Stanford Info, www.stanfordinfo.co.za
Gansbaai Tourism, www.gansbaaiinfo.com


The Cape Whale Coast is a pristine stretch of the South African coastline made up of a collection of villages, farms, rivers, bays, coves and valleys - brimming with a special magic that makes holidays on The Cape Whale Coast unforgettable.

Fynbos covered mountains, iconic beaches, incandescent skies and awesome adventures await holidaymakers on The Cape Whale Coast. View Articles


We have various maps available to view of the Cape Whale Coast. Visit our Resources Page for more information and detailed PDF maps

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HERITAGE The Cape Whale Coast has a rich and colourful heritage. There are many fascinating places and magical creatures to see.

You'll find places that tell of ancient people, ghosts, shipwrecks and long-ago-life on the Whale Coast; you'll experience the wonder and beauty of our environment. There are sea creatures, birds, insects and thousands of flower species to be seen; not to mention vistas that are as they were thousands of years ago. View Articles


Human beings have been enjoying the Cape Whale Coast for 85 000 years so we have a rich and interesting history filled with ancient caves, Khoi-Khoi, soldiers and bandits, shipwrecks and ghosts, a range of architecture and many interesting people!

Find out more about how the villages, artifacts and people that have added to our heritage by viewing our Resources Page



Cape Whale Coast 2014 Events (Hangklip to Gansbaai)
2014-04-16 to 2014-12-30
Venue: Hemanus