Our Beaches

South Africa is blessed with the most amazing coastline of around 3000 kilometres. From the West Coast with its brilliant white beaches, dunes and blue seas, albeit a little cold at around 12 degrees Centigrade, to the East Coast beaches, many of them with Blue Flag status, where holiday makers play virtually all year round on endless golden beaches with the luke warm (21 - 26 degrees Centigrade) Indian Ocean invitingly rolling onto the sand. The north east coastline has an added attraction as it is one of South Africa's last wilderness areas with hundreds of kilometres of deserted beaches where the leatherback and loggerhead turtles still frequent once a year to lay their eggs beneath some of the world's highest forested dunes. Stand on these dunes and you have a chance to see whales and dolphins frolicking in the ocean to the east, wild animals walking on the beaches and typical African bushveld with teeming wildlife to the west.

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