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Activities To Do In Blouberg That Will Make You Want to Book Your Blouberg Holiday Accommodation

Big Bay Beach

Big Bay Beach

Nestled along the captivating Bloubergstrand, Big Bay Beach stands out as one of the two distinct shorelines, its counterpart aptly named Little Bay (or Small Bay). This beach is more than just a stretch of sand and waves; it has evolved into a magnet for surfing,...

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Cape Radio Flyers

Cape Radio Flyers

Cape Radio Flyers proudly stands as the oldest Radio Control (R/C) club in the Cape and holds the distinction of being the second oldest in the entire country, with a rich history spanning six decades. For the past 60 years, we have been dedicated to serving the needs...

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The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of sea birds, with its headquarters situated in Cape Town. At the core of their mission is the preservation and safeguarding of...

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Dolphin Beach

Dolphin Beach

Dolphin Beach, situated in a prime location, not only captivates with its water-centric activities but also serves as a platform for nature's grandeur. The unobstructed views of Table Mountain and the captivating presence of Robben Island form a striking backdrop to...

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In addition to its stunning beaches, Bloubergstrand has much more to offer visitors. Here’s a closer look at some of the highlights and activities to explore in this captivating coastal neighborhood:


  1. The Beaches:
  • Big Bay: This expansive beach is a haven for kitesurfers, thanks to the excellent wind conditions. Families also frequent Big Bay for its long, sandy shores, making it perfect for leisurely walks and activities with the kids.
  • Little Bay: Popular among those seeking a relaxed atmosphere for picnics and braais (barbecues). The lawn-covered braai area and nearby rock pools add to the charm.
  1. Eerste Steen Resort:
  • Blend environmental education with leisure at Eerste Steen, situated within the Blaauwberg Nature Reserve. This reserve is a treasure trove of biodiversity, housing a variety of plant and animal species. It offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature while enjoying a braai and picnic.


  1. Table Mountain Views:
  • Bloubergstrand provides some of the best vantage points for capturing iconic images of Table Mountain and the sea. The panoramic views make it a photographer’s paradise, especially during the awe-inspiring sunsets.
  1. Kitesurfing and Windsurfing:
  • With its epic wind conditions, Bloubergstrand has become a hub for kitesurfing and windsurfing enthusiasts. The consistent wind patterns make it an ideal location for these thrilling water sports.
  1. Insider’s Guide to Blouberg:

Popular Holiday Accommodation Destinations

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth has coastal and mountain scenery, and is famous for beautiful beaches. 

Cape Town

The second most populated city in the country, Cape Town is called ‘home’ to nearly 4 million people.


The Golden Mile along the Durban beachfront is lined with multi-story hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs.


The permanently pleasant climate and warm sea are perfect all year for a relaxing holiday, especially with children


Ballito is away from crowds, for people wanting a restful time surrounded by nature and the sound of waves. 

Weekend Accommodation Getaways


A charming small holiday Resort town grew up around the dam, little villages developed along the banks


Langebaan offers bird watching for all the bird enthusiasts to enjoy all around the shores of the lagoon.


Said to be the birthplace of mankind, the Magaliesberg region was proclaimed a World Heritage Site in 1999


South Africa’s fly-fishing capital with the area offering excellent still water and river fishing


The coastal town offers a wide range of activities for couples, friends and families to enjoy

Main City Accommodation


Johannesburg has several names, such as Joburg, Jozi, Jo’burg, Joeys or eGoli – City of Gold in Zulu

Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha

The Sunshine Coast starts here and stretches 300 kms along the eastern seaboard of South Africa


Bloemfontein is South Africa’s judicial capital and the capital of the Free State Province.

Pretoria / Tshwane

Known as Jacaranda City for good reason; the city streets are lined with thousands of jacaranda trees

Cape Town

A must for every first time visitor is a trip up Table Mountain, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the world.