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Whale Waters
A warm welcome awaits you at Whale Waters Self-Catering Lodge situated on the De Kelders’ cliffs overlooking Walker Bay, well-known for its world renowned whale watching.

About Gansbaai:
The Great White Shark capital of the world, Gansbaai is also known as the Big-2 Town – named after the Great White Sharks that dominate the west-eastern side of Gansbaai and the Southern Right Whales that play around the western side around July to December.

Gansbaai is exactly midway between Cape Point and Agulhas. Gansbaai has endless beaches and rocky shores with different habitats of the Cape Floral kingdom, indigenous forests, agricultural land, vineyards, rural communities and flower farms.

Gansbaai offers tourists banks, petrol stations, a new tourism office, Gateway Shopping Centre and there are also various little shops and restaurants all around the Main Street and the back streets leading to the Harbour.

Facilities and Services at Whale Waters:
– Heated pool
– Wireless internet access
– Wheelchair access
– Fully equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes
– Secure and ample parking
– Electrical back-up generator
– Lounge with built-in braai
– Air conditioning in all the rooms
– Cleaning services
– Laundry services
– A peaceful town with all the necessary shops and services
– Variety of restaurants within 5 km drive

Whale Waters accommodation:
Whale Waters is a three storey self-catering house with an open plan lounge and dining area. It has a build-in braai leading out to the veranda and a heated swimming pool – all overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Each of the 6 en-suite bedrooms has bar fridges, lock-up safes and air-conditioning.

Gansbaai Room
This is the only room on the second floor, it has a private balcony overlooking the sea. It also has a king size bed and an en-suite bathroom that has a big spacious shower and spa bath. It is equipped to accommodate disabled persons.

Walker Bay Room
This is our Honeymoon suite. A large luxurious suite with a king size bed, fire place and a spacious balcony with a sea view. The en-suite bathroom has a shower and spa bath. Ideal for those special occasions.

Stanford Room
This is a unique double room with lots of sliding windows and a private balcony with a beautiful sea view. It has twin beds and an en-suite bathroom with a big spacious shower.

Hermanus Room
This room has a beautiful ocean view. It has a king size bed and en-suite bathroom with a spa bath. The sliding doors open up onto a private balcony.

De Kelders East and West Rooms
These two separate bedrooms are very cool in the Summer times and are on the ground level of the house. Each room has twin beds and en-suite bathrooms with showers and sliding doors opening onto a private little veranda overlooking the ocean.

Things to do near Whale Waters:
- Dyer Island Cruises
- Sharklady Adventures
- Kayak Junkies
- African Horse Company
- Panorama Farm
- Gansbaai Golf Club

This is a self catering lodge, therefor the following must be provided by guests themselves:
- Food and drinks
- Personal toiletries
- Wood and Charcoal
R1890.00 pps

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Sleeps: 12

Malaria Area: No

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Facilities & Services:

  • Disabled
  • Children under 12 years
  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Wine Tasting
  • Wedding facilities
  • Team Building
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Other
  • Internet Access
  • Wi-Fi
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Parking (off-street - open)
  • Parking (off-street - covered)
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Communal Television
  • Swimming Pool
  • Communal Satellite TV

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Whale Waters Guest Review

Average Guest Rating: 
  5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review.

Absolute excellent - highly recommended.
 Reviewed by Thomas Weggelaar over a year ago