Winter Adventures in Gansbaai

Winter Adventures in Gansbaai

Whale Waters Self Catering Lodge

Winter Adventures in Gansbaai

“Winters are usually a time for cuddling up in front of a fire, being cozy, reading, drinking wine or chattering away with good friends and family, (which Whale Waters Self Catering Lodge with its 180-degree unspoiled view is the perfect spot to do so) BUT then there is the REAL reason people get lured to this picturesque fishing town of ours - ADVENTURE!

Gansbaai in Winter is home to some of our country’s most spectacular sightings when it comes to Whale Watching and Shark Cage Diving. Southern Right Whales can be spotted around June to December from Hermanus to Pearly Beach coast.  Whale Waters Self Catering Lodge is nestled on the cliffs of De Kelders, Stanford Beach, which is ideal for land-based whale watching! Boat trips can be booked if you want to get real up close and personal.

For shark diving, Gansbaai is the CAPITAL! Visibility is better during winter and shark diving trips will make this an unforgettable memory for you and your group.

Make the most of this Winter’s activities and book a stay with Whale Waters Self Catering Guest Lodge. The house welcomes bigger families and groups of friends and can be enjoyed all year round”.

Receive a 10% discount on June to July 2020 bookings when booking through Xplorio!

Winter Adventures in Gansbaai

Tanja Lourens

Whale Waters Self Catering Lodge is a six-bedroom, luxury self-catering house that is perfect for families and groups of friends. Set on the cliffs of De Kelders, you get to experience coastal living in its purest form as you unwind in the heated pool that overlooks Walker Bay. All the rooms have ba...

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