|Experience the Valley
– Patensie, Hankey, Loerie, Thornhill, Baviaanskloof
|Explore the Wave
– Oyster Bay, St Francis Bay, Port St Francis, Cape St Francis, Paradise Beach, Aston Bay, Jeffreys Bay, Gamtoos River Mouth
|Discover our Culture
– Humansdorp and Hankey
|Baviaanskloof (Valley) |
The Baviaanskloof (Valley of Baboons) is literally a kloof nestled between the Baviaans Mountain Range to the north and the Kouga Mountain Range to the south, ...
|Cape St Francis |
In 1965 Cape St Francis was officially proclaimed as a town.
|Gamtoos River Mouth |
Gamtoos River is a small settlement of holiday homes and a resort. Camping, boating and river fishing is a popular pastime as is surf fishing off the beach between the Gamtoos River and Van Stadens River.
Hankey is one of four towns that make up the Gamtoos Valley – an exceptionally beautiful part of the world that stretches up to Komdomo at the start of the Baviaanskloof wilderness, now a World Heritage Site.
|Hankey - the valley |
Hankey is one of four towns that make up the Gamtoos Valley.
Humansdorp has grown from a small service centre for the flourishing farming community in 1849, to a busy town with every kind of business today.
|Jeffreys Bay |
Jeffreys Bay is named after Captain Jeffreys who sailed his cargo ship up and down the East Coast of South Africa on trading expeditions in the 1840’s.
Loerie (also known as Loerieheuwel) lies at the foot of the Elands and Groot Winterhoek Mountains.
|Oyster Bay |
|Paradise Beach & Aston Bay |
Aston Bay and Paradise Beach are in many ways an extension of the popular town of Jeffreys Bay.
The small town of Patensie is the eastern gateway to the Baviaanskloof ...
|St Francis Bay |
St Francis, together with Jeffreys Bay, is the highlight of any African “surfari”.
Thornhill is situated amongst rolling hills and mountains.