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FROM CAPE TOWN

Take the N2 towards Sir Lowry's Pass. After passing Somerset West, turn right at the Gordon's Bay / Kleinmond sign and left at the T-junction in Gordon's Bay, onto the R44 / Clarence Drive - the most spectacular marine drive in the world! Within minutes you'll be in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, looking across False Bay to Cape Point.

FROM UPCOUNTRY

Travelling towards Cape Town along the N2, take the Hermanus / Botrivier off-ramp, left at the T-junction and continue until you come to the R44 and turn right to Kleinmond.

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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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