Category: Nature & Adventure

Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The Heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom

The little seaside town of Pringle Bay is one of the lucky small towns set within the world’s greatest biodiversity hot spot.  The Kogelberg Biosphere is a registered UNESCO World Heritage site. While the nature reserve forms part of the biosphere of the reserve, they’re not quite the same thing. The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve is 100 000ha of land, 80% of which comprises of pristine mountain fynbos and deep valleys,…

Walking and Hiking

Hiking and walking trails along the Hangklip coastline are exciting and varied; mountains, beaches, rivers, forests and rocky shorelines. The area offers easy walks as well as difficult trails for advanced hikers. Hiking Hangklip is a hikers mecca. For beach lovers, there are many long walks along the pristine beaches. Numerous hiking trails are available in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, as well as in Pringle Bay village and surrounds. The…

Cage Shark Diving

Calling all adrenalin junkies.  Is cage shark diving on your bucket list? The Great White Shark is the largest predatory fish and the most respected and feared resident of the sea, to both sailors and sea creatures alike. Depart from a small fishing village called Kleinbaai, which is near Gansbaai (100 kilometers from Pringle Bay), for a memorable day excursion. The trip includes a trip to Dyer Island, home to…


What can beat a platter of freshly caught and cooked crayfish, served with a glass of chilled white wine? Revered by most Capetonians, our crayfish is a seasonal delicacy, only permitted to be taken from the ocean for a short period annually, and only if you have obtained a permit. Permits are easily obtainable at the beginning of the season, and they also stipulate a limited catch per person daily….

River rafting and Kayaking

The Palmiet River is ideal to explore during both the low water summer months and in winter when this friendly stream becomes a torrent of class 3+ whitewater. An Adventure Tour Operator offers thrilling rafting in the middle of winter in the heart of the Kogelberg Biosphere to provide you with a memorable and excitable way of getting back in touch with nature. White water rafting is allowed in the…

Sandboarding and Mountain biking

These shores are paradise for strand lopers (beach strollers). Wander along the shoreline of the magnificent Silver Sands beach in search of the elusive white Nautilus paper shell, or along Pringle Bays sandy long beach in search of the Cape Otter, terns and other sea life. For the more adventurous, the slopes of the Silversand dunes are a superb sand-boarding arena. Central Cafe in Bettys Bay offer sand boarding rentals….

Moonstruck on Pringle Bay is a contemporary beach house retreat overlooking Pringle Bay main beach, a 90 minutes drive from Cape Town on the Cape Whale Coast Route. Moonstruck offers private luxury accommodation with beach and mountain views. The beach is a 3 minutes stroll accessed via a greenbelt in front of the property. Operating on a bed and breakfast (B&B) basis with good restaurants within easy strolling distance.


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