This charming seaside village is about a two and a half hours’ drive from Cape Town and is known for its beautiful beaches and as a popular crayfishing spot. Over the years, Lambert’s Bay has developed from a picturesque fishing village to a popular holiday resort. The local surf is regularly visited by Cape seals.
Adventure And Sport
Angling: Lambert’s Bay is a coastal and deep-sea anglers’ paradise. Panorama Park: The park offers the dual attraction of 4×4 trips and game-watching. Sport: Golf, volleyball and tennis are but some of the sports that can be played in Lambert’s
Bay. Water-sport: The water-sport opportunities of Lambert’s Bay include jet-skiing and diving.
Fauna And Flora
Bird Island: Penguins and several species of birds attract ornithologists and bird lovers to the island.
Wild flowers: Every year, from late July to September, Mother Nature conjures up a floral wonderland.
Jakkals River: This Jakkals River environment is home to a large flock of flamingos.
Whales and dolphins: From June to November southern right whales regularly pass this way on their journey north.
History And Architecture
Wadrift: The house at Wadrift is built of whale bones.