HANGKLIP-KLEINMOND
TOURISM BUREAU

HANGKLIP-KLEINMOND
TOURISM BUREAU

29 Main Road
Kleinmond
7195
Western Cape SOUTH AFRICA
028 271 8474
In Case of Emergency
Please call
079 744 0299
info@kleinmondtourism.co.za
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Monday to Friday: 08h30-16h30
Saturday: 09h00-13h00
Sunday: Closed
Public holidays: 09h00-13h00
29 Main Road
Kleinmond
7195
Western Cape SOUTH AFRICA
028 271 8474
In Case of Emergency
Please call
079 744 0299
kleinmondtourism.co.za
or send us a message
via our
contact form
Monday to Friday: 08h30-16h30
Saturday: 09h00-13h00
Sunday: Closed
Public holidays: 09h00-13h00

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EXPLORE HANGKLIP-KLEINMOND

Heart of the Cape Fynbos Floral Kingdom

The scenic coastal Clarence Drive (R44) links the towns of Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond. The route ribbons through a stretch of fynbos linking mountains with the Atlantic Ocean. The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, South Africa’s first UNESCO recognised biosphere, dominates the landscape with indigenous forest, fynbos and a variety of birds and animals. Here you escape to nature!.

The scenic coastal Clarence Drive (R44) links the towns Rooiels, Pringle Bay, Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond. The route ribbons through a stretch of fynbos linking mountains with the Atlantic Ocean.

Stony Point Nature Reserve, located in the quaint coastal town of Betty’s Bay, is home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African Penguins in the world.

Harold Porter National Botanical Garden in Betty’s Bay is situated in the centre of the coastal fynbos where the flora is at its richest. The Garden is home to the Betty’s Bay ParkRun and renowned for its waterfalls and amber pools.

Kogelberg Nature Reserve is considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom because of the exceptional quality of its fynbos. The glass fronted eco-cabins afford occupants breath-taking views of the reserve, which is a Word Heritage Site.

Harbour Road is a distinctive waterfront destination with a special character, lifestyle and design. The secure lifestyle shopping environment provides ample parking and boasts a wide selection of restaurants and colourful shops. The harbour is situated on a relatively wind-free, small coastal plain between sea and mountains and is today still a working fishing harbour, and also a popular leisure area.

As the vlei is also a birding paradise, one can combine horse-and bird watching. In summer one often sees the white cattle egrets riding piggyback on the horses. Hangklip-Kleinmond boasts many other beautiful and quiet places in which a wide variety of birdlife abounds. Seashore, coastlands, wetlands and fynbos covered mountains are home to many small and large birds some of which are becoming endangered.

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Activities

Maps and brochures available at the Tourism office in Main Road.

  1. Hike, swim, river raft, go blackwater tubing or mountain biking in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve.
  2. Take pleasure in Fynbos or spot Whales while hiking in the Kleinmond Coastal and Mountain Reserve.
  3. Stopover at the Endangered African Penguin Colony situated at Stony Point, Betty’s Bay –
    also an old whaling station – see pictures at the Whaling Station Restaurant nearby.
  4. Relax at the Harold Porter Botanical Garden having a picnic or buy fynbos plants at the nursery.
    There are various hiking trails within the gardens and to the waterfalls to explore.
  5. Visit Rooisand Nature Reserve to spot the Kleinmond Wild Horses and go birdwatching
  6. Swim, surf or relax at our many beaches.
  7. Hire a canoe at Kleinmond Lagoon to enjoy the Botriver Estuary.
  8. Sit under the shade of “Die Preekboom” – the tree found on the lawns near the Kleinmond Lagoon.
  9. See the crosses on Palmiet Beach commemorating the sunken ship, The Gustav Adolf, 1902.
  10. Say hello to the Southern Right Whales from June to Mid November.
  11. Play golf at the 18 hole championship golf course nearby or the Kleinmond 9 hole course.
  12. Enjoy beauty treatments at one of our many salons and a spa.
  13. Sandboarding at Blesberg, which stands a whopping 250m tall with a potential run of +400 meters.
  14. Bird watching – from Rooisand to the birding-hotspot of Rooiels.
  15. Enjoy a sundowner and view the lights of the Hangklip Lighthouse at the legendary Hangklip Hotel.
  16. Scuba dive, angle or kite surf at appropriate spots along the coast.
  17. Explore interesting galleries, arts, crafts and curio shops at Kleinmond Harbour and Pringle Bay.
  18. Horse riding.
  19. Wine and dine at the many restaurants.
  20. Visit the chocolate factory in Betty’s Bay.
Top 10 Checklists

FLORA
King Protea; Yellowwood Tree; Red Elder; Cape Beach; Erica; Milkwood; Tree; Conebush; Pincushion; Restios; Painted Lady

FEATHERED FRIENDS
African Penguin; Greater Flamingo; Black Eagle; Bank Cormorant; Cape Rockjumper; Cape Spurfowl; Cape Sugarbird; Orange-breasted Sunbird; Cape Bulbul; African Black Oystercatcher

FAUNA
Southern Right Whale; Genet; Chacma Baboon; Mountain Rhebuck; Cape Clawless Otter; Grey Mongoose; Wild Vlei Horses; Cape Dassie; Leopard Tortoise; Klipspringer

PLACES
Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve Core; Harold Porter Botanical Gardens; Stony Point Penguin Colony; Silversands Beach; Harbour Road, Kleinmond; Gustav Adolf Memorial Site; “Die Preekboom”; Khoi-San fish traps; Biosphere Eco-Centre, Rooiels; Singletons Kafee; VLV Tapisterie in Kleinmond Library

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Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

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