Wilderness Beach House
Nestled in a grove of Milkwood trees, overlooking charming Leentjiesklip Bay, the Beach House offers a welcome haven for the travel weary backpacker and adventure tourist alike.
Light and airy, this old house has beach white dorms with sea views and rooms with windows looking onto endless blue skies. A herb garden where bees hum away the ...
A lovely warm North facing 2 bedroom 1 bathroom upstairs unit. Within easy reach of all the main beaches and just a few minutes drive from a host of South Africa's top surf spots.
The accommodation is situated on an golf course with the balcony overlooking the 18th Fairway.
Goose Valley also as an amazing swimming pool overlooking the Keurbooms ...
Sitting directly in the path of the Roaring 40s this is one of the most consistent areas in the world. Split into three main areas, the western Cape Town side, the south facing which holds J Bay and the Garden Route towards and the east around Durban where the city beaches can produce epic, glassy barrels. Surfed since Durban locals discovered the belly board in the 1920s. Winter is the most consistent and waves here can rival any in the world for size. Two oceans, the Atlantic and Indian meet here with one being cold and the other tropical. Sea-life is abundant as are sharks and many of the main beaches are netted but attacks do happen. Sea temperatures vary between 14Â° to 22Â°C and 57Â°F to 72Â°F.
Surfer friendly places to stay near some great surf spots. Including camp-sites, hostels, hotels, B&Bs and surf lodges.