With its rustic and untamed beauty, the west coast of South Africa is any adventure lover’s paradise. An array of animal and plant species is one of the most endearing features of this beautiful coast.
Hosting all sorts of activities like kayaking, quad biking, sand boarding and more, you can do it all with breathtaking scenery all around you. Not into the adventure sports? We have you covered too! Have a laid back experience with nature walks, beer tastings or catching a tan on the beach.
These sand dunes are like scenes from movies (Probably because they have been featured in movies)! An easy 45 minute drive out of Cape Town. Get ready to Xplore this area on a quad bike or a short dune walk.
We live here and still struggle to pronounce the name!
At this award winning San Heritage Centre, the gap between the past and future is bridged and you will have a soulful experience. They have a rich and ancient heritage and if you really want to know more about South Africa and its first people then a visit to !Khwa ttu is a must!
West Coast National Park
A paradise for hikers, cyclists and nature-lovers. This gem is situated 1.5hrs out of the city smog. Surrounded by fynbos, the Atlantic Ocean and the azure blue waters of the Langebaan lagoon. This makes the West Coast National Park one of the beautiful untouched treasures our country has to offer.
2 Day West Coast Xplorer
Included on this tour
- Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast
- Beer Tasting
- Qualified Guide
Dassen Island is an uninhabited island just off the West Coast. It is situated about 10 km (6 mi) west of Yzerfontein and 55 km north of Cape Town. The flat and low-lying island measures about 3.1 km long northwest-southeast and 1 km (0.6 mi) wide, with an area of 2.73 km2. It is a proclaimed nature reserve.
The story goes that early sailors to the cape were often shipwrecked on Dassen Island and starved to death before they were rescued. It was therefore decided that dassies should be released in the island and allowed to breed (which they do pretty well) to provide a source of food to survivors while they waited for rescue. Thanks to the dassies, many stranded sailors survived until they were found and the barren island got it’s name, Dassen Island.