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Walker Bay Nature Reserve

Walker Bay Nature Reserve
Walker Bay Nature Reserve

Walker Bay Nature Reserve

Walker Bay Nature Reserve is a picturesque, pristine reserve with an abundance of coastal and marine life. It is known as one of the best spots in South Africa to do land-based whale watching. Every year, hundreds of southern right whales gather in the sheltered bay to breed and calve their young. 

How to get there

From Cape Town, take the N2, turning off at the Hermanus/R43 off-ramp. Take the R43 past Hermanus, and continue on to Stanford. Visitors can access the reserve through Mierkom at Stanford, De Kelders (Die Plaat) and Uilkraalsmond. Walker Bay Nature Reserve is approximately 160 km from Cape Town. Please note that the Walker Bay office is located in Hermanus, and not at the reserve entrances. Please call ahead to clarify which entrance you must use to access your activity.

Information Courtesy www.capenature.co.za/reserves/walker-bay-nature-reserve

Contact Information

Phone: +27 (0)28 314 0062