Whale Watchers Accommodation
- Stay in Cape Town`s most fascinating and affordable destination, picturesque False Bay, situated along the Cape Point Route. Choose from over 30 immaculate beachfront, or seaside properties, with a variety of accommodation options for individuals, families and large groups.
Our guests avoid hotels, value their privacy and expect the best, for less. We aim to exceed your expectations with lovely accommodation and excellent service.
Unlike booking agents, all the accommodation offered is either owned by us, or contractually managed and serviced 24/7 on behalf of the property owner.
Accommodation at Whale Watchers Accommodation: Muizenberg Beachfront
World-class accommodation perfectly positioned on the Muizenberg beachfront - the place to be! vSome apartments have beach views and others mountain views, but all are within 50 to 100 metres of the beach.
Muizenberg East Beach
Just off Sunrise Beach, these great value apartments feature ocean and mountain views, a communal swimming pool, laundrette, secure parking and are about 2 km from Muizenberg main beach and Surfer`s Corner.
Muizenberg Sunrise Beach
Located just 200 metres from the beach and water slides, these private luxury apartments feature great ocean and mountain views, secure parking and are about 1,5 km from Muizenberg main beach and Surfer`s Corner.
Fish Hoek Bay
Perched high above Cape Town`s most popular family beach, these apartments are exceptional, featuring original artworks, balconies with barbecues, hammocks and spectacular sea and mountain views.
Perfectly positioned on Red Hill, high above Simon`s Town these apartments feature panoramic sea and mountain views, with quick access to all the activities available in historic Simon`s Town.
Whale Watchers Accommodation Activities: 15 Popular tourist attractions in our area:
The False Bay coastline, from Muizenberg through to Cape Point and the surrounding inland suburbs of Constantia, Steenberg and Noordhoek (referred to as the Cape Point Route), offers visitors to Cape Town an unforgettable holiday experience, rich in heritage and a diverse range of the most exciting attractions on offer in the world's fairest cape. These include:
- Excellently serviced, value for money luxury accommodation
- Affordable world class restaurants and golf courses
- The oldest Wine Estates in the Cape Province
- World renowned Chapman's Peak Drive
- The warmer waters of the Indian Ocean - 18 to 22 degrees in summer, compared to 12 to 14 degrees in the Atlantic Ocean, just a few kilometres away
- Boulder's Beach, with its colony of endangered African Penguins
- Historic Simon's Town, the home of the South African Navy
- Kalk Bay, a quant fishing village where you can haggle for fresh fish with the locals, or choose from an abundance of seafood restaurants offering a choice of down to earth local dishes, or the finest seafood in Cape Town
- Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site - one of the greatest landmarks in the world: a wild and scenically spectacular area at the tip of the African continent
- Muizenberg Beach, the most popular surfing spot in Cape Town, where a world record of 74 surfers on one wave was established in 2006
- Walking and hiking in Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
- Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
- Land based whale watching along the entire False Bay coastline in springtime (Aug to Nov)
- Historic sites and museums galore
- Exceptionally warm and friendly locals
The False Bay coastline has long been a popular tourist destination for it's pristine white beaches, diverse plant and animal life, nature reserves, friendly people and fantastic weather. However, there is a whole other side to the Southern most tip of Cape Town that few ever get to experience, until now. We have put together a list of adventure activities for the tourist who has seen and done it all and is ready to truly experience the Cape.
Surf's up dude! Try something a little different this holiday and learn how to surf. Muizenberg's long waves and tame tides have made it into Cape Town's most popular surf spot, and there are surf schools dotted all along the beachfront that will get you up on the board in no time. Wet suits and boards are available for hire, so all you need to bring is yourself and a free spirit. We also offer our guests complimentary use of the Whale Watchers mini-mall surf board by prior arrangement.
Break free from the tour busses and trash the travel brochures, as you are about to witness some of the most beautiful areas in South Africa first hand. The Cape Point and Winelands mountain bike trail takes you on a full day scenic tour of these areas for a truly unforgettable experience. Make sure to bring lots of high-energy snacks and plenty water.
If you have visited Cape Town in the months of September, August, October or November, you will have likely seen the whales, which make their annual trip to the False Bay area. What you probably have not seen are the whales up close. There are a number of whale safaris and tours in the False Bay area that offer you the chance to witness the giants of the sea from mere metres away.
Here is something for those who would like to relax and soak up the beauty of Cape Town in a somewhat alternative way. Go horse riding along Noordhoek beach and enjoy one of Cape Town's most spectacular sunsets. You will witness an abundance of bird life, as you make your way to the beach through fauna and flora rich wetlands.
During the late Summer months Cape Town is one of the windiest cities in world, which may not appeal to tourists in search of lazy days on the beach, but does offer a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a little adventure to experience the rush of kite-surfing. Sunrise Beach is located just off Muizenberg, and is a kite surfer's Mecca. There are plenty of businesses in the area offering lessons in the sport to get you speeding through the surf.
Shark Cage Diving:
Attention all adrenaline junkies. Shark cage diving is without a doubt one of the most exhilarating experiences that the mother city has to offer, and runs between the months of October and March. While out at sea you can expect to see a host of other marine animals in their natural habitat, such as: dolphins, sunfish, whales and tuna.
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