Gansbaai Tourism Bureau

Gansbaai Tourism Bureau
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Natural Adventure Destination

Gansbaai has become globally known as the ultimate up-close-and-personal eco adventure destination in the Western Cape. Voted by travellers as one of the top tourism bureaus in Southern Africa, Gansbaai Tourism Bureau invites you to visit their offices in Gansbaai where you will experience genuine small town hospitality while learning more about what the town has to offer. A hive of exciting activities await you, and the friendly team at the tourism bureau are best equipped to inform you about places to see and things to do while on your visit to the greater Gansbaai area which includes De Kelders, Gansbaai, Masakhane, Blompark, Kleinbaai, Uilenkraalsmond, Franskraal, Pearly Beach and Baardskeerdersbos. Gansbaai is truly the jewel of the Cape floral and marine kingdom and offers an adventure not to be missed!

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The history of Gansbaai Tourism Bureau dates back to 1995 when a group of like-minded members in the business community united and established a small office in Gansbaai’s town centre. The bureau has moved from strength to strength and is now proudly situated in spacious offices at the White Shark Junction.

Gansbaai Tourism Bureau promote responsible tourism and are always on hand to help guide local businesses to reach their full potential, while at the same time protecting the environment and the town’s resources.

Gansbaai is known globally for its ecotourism, and other than being known as the Great White Shark diving capital of the world, and as the Southern Right Whale watching mecca, the town offers nature lovers a playground for a myriad of outdoor activities. Hiking and MTB trails criss-cross the mountainsides and clifftops of this region of the Cape Whale Coast and outdoor enthusiasts will be hard pressed for choice on whether to embark on a self-guided adventure or join one of the many guided routes various companies have on offer.

There are accommodation options in and around Gansbaai to suit everyone's budget as well as taste and style, with an impressive selection of self-catering and fully-catered accommodation options available. Whether you prefer reconnecting with nature by choosing to camp at one of the area’s caravan parks and holiday resorts, feel most comfortable in accommodation that is standard ‘home away from home,’ or enjoy going large by selecting one of the many high-end guesthouses, there is something for everyone.

There are local restaurants to tempt even the fussiest of eaters and the town is dotted with cosy coffee shops to satisfy teetotallers and those with a sweet tooth. Social butterflies will be able to paint the town red with a choice of pubs and nightlife.

The team at Tourism strive to be as helpful as possible with a motto that if they haven’t got the information required by a visitor, they will do everything in their power to source it. This comprehensive service applies to walk-in visitors to the bureau as well as telephonic, email and social media enquiries.

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Published: 05 Apr 2018
By: Gansbaai Tourism Bureau

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Published: 12 Jan 2018
By: Gansbaai Tourism Bureau

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Published: 14 Dec 2017
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