The windswept West Coast South Africa has a desolate beauty about it. Sparsely populated, its small communities huddle around small harbours and cling to unbroken stretches of white sandy beaches set against turquoise waters. It’s a place to get lost in your thoughts, where its shore-angling for gamefish, walking through fields thick with wildflowers, stargazing in the crisp night air or hiking amongst the startling rock formations of the Cedarberg.


  • Dine on fresh seafood caught in these very waters
  • See the wildflowers carpet the landscape in spring
  • Enjoy the azure waters of Langebaan lagoon, famous for its water sports
  • Explore West Coast National Park with its white dunes, rare fynbos and green wetlands
  • Visit the vineyards of centuries old cellars and sample brews from local microbreweries