Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau

UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Welcome to Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau. Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau is your information portal to everything you need to know about Rooi Els, Pringle Bay, Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond. The coastal area winds its way through the Kogelberg Nature Reserve, South Africa’s first UNESCO biosphere reserve, linking the Atlantic Ocean with the Kogelberg Mountains. A marine reserve, wetlands, botanical garden, waterfalls, caves, indigenous forest and an abundance of fynbos are included in the diverse landscape that many animal species call home. The team at Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau is dedicated to providing visitors with up-to-date information about the coastal towns and all they have to offer when it comes to accommodation, places to eat, local businesses and things to do. The team at Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau invite you to visit them for all the information you need to enjoy your visit to the fullest.

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Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau will connect you with:

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The team at Hangklip - Kleinmond Tourism Bureau has put together a list of their favourite activities to keep you busy while you are in the area. Visit the tourism office in Kleinmond’s Main Road for more information and to stock up on maps and brochures.

Activities in Hangklip - Kleinmond

1. Feast at a smorgasbord of restaurants, coffee shops and takeaway establishments along the route.

2. Swim, surf and relax at a choice of pristine beaches.

3. Hike, swim, river raft, go blackwater tubing or mountain biking in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve.

4. Take pleasure in fynbos or spot whales while hiking in the Kleinmond Coastal and Mountain Reserve.

5. Stopover at the African penguin colony situated at the old whaling station at Stony Point, Betty’s Bay. 

6. Explore the Harold Porter Botanical Garden and its trails, enjoy a picnic on the lawn and buy a fynbos plant at the nursery so you can take a piece of the experience home.

7. Visit Rooisand Nature Reserve to see the wild horses and go birdwatching while you are there.

8. Hire a canoe at Kleinmond Lagoon to paddle the Botriver Estuary.

9. Sit under the shade of “Die Preekboom” on the lawns near the Kleinmond Lagoon.

10. See the crosses on Palmiet Beach commemorating the sunken ship, the Gustav Adolf that floundered off the coast in 1902.

11. Wave at visiting southern right whales from June to December.

12. Play golf at Kleinmond’s 9-hole course and tee-off at the 18-hole championship golf course at Arabella.

13. Indulge in beauty treatments at one of the area’s many salons and spas.

14. Go sandboarding at Blesberg, which stands a whopping 250m tall with a potential run of +400 meters.

15. Discover a birding paradise that stretches from Rooisand to Rooiels.

16. Sip on a sundowner and view the lights of the Cape Hangklip Lighthouse at the legendary Hangklip Hotel.

17. Spend time angling, scuba diving, snorkelling and kite surfing at appropriate spots along the coast.

18. Explore interesting galleries, arts, crafts and curio shops at Kleinmond Harbour and Pringle Bay.

19. Venture out on horseback and take in the landscape at an unhurried pace.

20. Rent a vintage bicycle and do some legwork while you make your way from town to town.



“Great to visit and get tourist information on the area. There is also a fabulous fynbos display. Friendly and helpful staff!”  Jan Scheepers
“Very friendly staff and also very helpful. Would recommend to everyone to visit them.”  Leona van Zyl
“A good source of local information.”  Paul Hawker
“Vriendelike diens, onvattende inligting, hulpvaardigheid en ‘n pragtige veldblomuitstaling.”  Fanie Krige
“Worth a visit if you want to know how you can spend your days in the Kogelberg.”  Lindi


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