The Hangklip-Kleinmond coastal area includes the towns of Kleinmond, Hangklip, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooi Els and is situated in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, the first UNESCO declared biosphere reserve in Southern Africa.
The reserve is home to the highest diversity of plant species in the world and offers phenomenal bird watching, hiking trails and horse riding.
Apart from spectacular whale watching in season from June until November, visitors can enjoy endless white sandy beaches, a fynbos-fringed golf course overlooking the ocean, a unique herd of over 20 wild horses roaming the lagoon and river area, enjoy walks along the ocean-side path or sand-board down one of the highest dunes in South Africa. Other extreme sports include paragliding, quad bike rides, river rafting and tubing, or visit the Stoney Point Penguin colony at Betty’s Bay or the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens.
Map of Hangklip-Kleinmond
Contact the Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism Office for more information regarding activities in the area!