Camping and caravan in Arniston
One of the best ways to explore the Cape Overberg is on a camping or caravanning road-trip! In summer, this region is particularly amazing with long, warm days that can be filled with almost any kind of forest, mountain or even coastal adventure. In winter, the days are cooler and lend themselves to exploring the amazing restaurants with cosy fireplaces and delicious home-style comfort food. Either way, if you find yourself in this part of the Western Cape then Arniston is a must-visit especially for camping in nature!
A trip to Arniston is essential if you love being surrounded by rolling landscapes of incredible beauty. This seemingly untouched natural beauty also lends itself to being a popular spot for film makers, writers and artists to draw inspiration from! Exploring the neighbouring nature and marine reserves is a truly wonderful experience for any camping enthusiast. You’ll be able to immerse yourself in the truly unspoilt surroundings and abundance of wildlife. Close to the town of Arniston there is also a beautiful cave called the Waenhuiskrans Cave which many travel far and wide to visit. It’s a lovely walk but you really need to monitor the tides. You don’t want to be caught there at high tide!
Arniston camping and caravanning provides access to beautiful beaches. These often have good surf, relaxing sun tanning spots, swimming and even great fishing spots available. This is what attracts many of the visitors to this quaint fishing village. And of course, there is whale watching with the Southern Right Wales that travel to this coastline every year for breeding.
Whether you’re looking for great deals to make your holiday budget go further or would like to organise luxury holiday camping sites in Arniston for a romantic getaway, you won’t be disappointed! There are a number of sites available in this region of the Overberg and these feature several amenities like ablutions, hot showers and electrical outlets. You’ll also be able to utilise braai facilities for truly great outdoor dining experiences while you camp.
Arniston offers a variety of hikes, walks, whale watching and even mountain biking opportunities in abundance. And after a busy day exploring these, you can enjoy pre-dinner drinks at your campsite. You can also visit the town’s eateries and bars for delicious seafood and sundowners. Another local favourite is to pack picnic baskets and spend the day at De Hoop or De Mond Nature Reserves.