Elands Bay Caravan / Camping
On the wild West Coast of South Africa, just 220km north of Cape Town and 5km from the renowned surf spot, Elands Bay, lies a historic World Heritage site of outstanding natural beauty. A perfect spot... More Info
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Elands Bay Reviews
Wonderful long, clean, private beaches good for hours of walking and soaking up sun and air, solitude and peace!
- Wytze Voerman
Definitely not for those who are looking for city lights. Lots of peace and quiet. Nice walks along the beach, Veloren Vlei and Baboon Point.
- Louis Botha
Elands Bay is one my favourite holiday destinations because of its remoteness, waves and lack of people, however during our last stay it was extremely busy because of Easter weekend.
- Amy Gardiner
Elands Bay is tonic for the soul. A true escape from the rush of the city - wild, unspoilt beaches; wonderful birdlife and the rock art is mesmerising. Hope it will remain such a pristine area and not become overdeveloped and lose it's appeal
- Jennifer Deverson
Elands Bay is a quiet, remote little place. The hotel being the main attraction as well as the beach ( a surfers paradise). It was a good base to explore the West Coast. I enjoyed the fact that it was not over commercialized.
- Leopold Van Hirtum