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Golden beaches lined with trendy restaurants and cafes and a dramatic mountain backdrop

The best place in Cape Town to showcase your new bathing suit, whether on the beach or at a cocktail bar on the strip

Fringed with palm trees, Camp's Bay's main beach is one of Cape Town's prettiest, attracting its most beautiful people. The beach stretches all the way along the main road through this well-heeled suburb, giving travellers loads of white sandy spots to choose from for a day of beach-lazing. On the opposite side of the road, a different story is revealed.

The Camps Bay strip is a string of top-class restaurants and stylish cafes from which to enjoy the view. Backing the action is the dramatic Twelve Apostles mountains, their ranks marching southwards.  

Popular Camps Bay safaris

These popular itineraries can be customised to match your budget and travel dates

Cape Town and Kruger Luxury Safari

Combine Cape Town and the surrounding Cape Winelands with a safari in the Kruger National Park for a relaxing and exhilarating South African safari

$ 6,487

£ 5,153

R 93,350

5,737

per person

11 days

Cape Town, Winelands and Kruger Park Journey

Experience Cape Town, the lush Cape Winelands and a safari in the Kruger National Park and you'll fall under South Africa's spell

$ 3,260

£ 2,590

R 46,915

2,883

per person

9 days

Luxury South Africa

Combine Cape Town chic with Africa's most luxurious train and an elegant Big Five safari for a stylish South African holiday

$ 5,930

£ 4,710

R 85,330

5,244

per person

11 days

Cape Town, Kruger and Vic Falls Deluxe Honeymoon

Combine three of Southern Africa's most loved destinations into one romantic getaway and you'll share the memories forever

$ 5,949

£ 4,725

R 85,600

5,260

per person

10 days
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Adel Groenewald says

Camps Bay is a great place to treat myself and friends to a day of 'splashing out'. We don't go there often, but it's wonderful to watch the sun set with a fancy cocktail in hand.

More on Camps Bay holidays

After many lazy hours on the beach, a lunch in the sun at the renowned Cafe Caprese or sundowner cocktails at The Bungalow a little further down the road is in order. Yet Camps Bay is not only a popular place for a day visit. Just after the sun has set below the Atlantic horizon, the strip puts on its shiny shoes and gets ready for a night on the town.

The clubs along the main road have young and old partying until dawn. Camps Bay also offers loads for active travellers to do. Hikes exploring Table Mountain and Lion's Head are easily accessed from here, and Bike & Saddle offers bicycle rentals and fun guided tours of the local area and further afield.

Camps Bay Map

Camps Bay's location on Google Maps

Frequently Asked Questions about Camps Bay

Which reserves are Malaria-free in South Africa?

All game reserves in Madikwe, the Pilanesberg and the Eastern Cape are malaria-free. go there.

How can I be certain that my valuables will be safe where we are staying in South Africa?

Most lodges and hotels will have safes for your valuables either in your room or at the reception. go there.

What is the local currency and how should we manage carrying our money in South Africa?

The local currency is the South African Rand (ZAR). There are numerous currency exchange outlets and the main credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Diners) are normally accepted everywhere. Most petrol stations and toll roads take credit… go there.

When is the best time to visit Camdeboo National Park?

Although wildlife viewing is good throughout the year. The warmer months from October to March are more pleasant - the scenery is greener and this is also the time most of the animals are born. However, the park is mostly about its scenery… go there.

When is the best time to visit Ithala Game Reserve?

The best time to visit Ithala Game Reserve is during the dry winter months, from May to September. During this season it is easier to spot the wildlife since the grass is eaten by herbivores. Expect to encounter and sight birds - such as… go there.

When is the best time to visit Tankwa Karoo National Park?

The best time to visit Tankwa Karoo National Park is from autumn through winter to early summer of April to September. However, this is a perfect place to indulge in blessed idleness. If you want to see the landscape and animals, you'll… go there.

When is the best time to visit Marakele National Park?

The best time to visit Marakele National Park is during May to September. Since animals tend to seek for reliable waterholes and stay close by during the dry winter months. However, this is the best time for wildlife viewing. Marakele is a… go there.

When is the best time to visit Augrabies Falls National Park?

Augrabies Falls National Park is open throughout the year, but the best time to visit is between April and September. When the popular three-day Klipspringer Trail is open. However, the waterfall is particularly impressive when in flood -… go there.

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Reviews on our Camps Bay safaris

Every one was so helpful in making the arrangements. The booking people helped in all the questions we had, they were polite and helpful. The tour and lodge were amazing. Every one was helpful and very interesting to talk to. They made our…

Shelia

from United States of America

I am giving below my feedback about all aspect of the trip from 24th May to 5th June, 2016. a) Accommodation at Johannesburg, Victoria Falls, Skukuza Rest Camp, Kruger National Park and Cape Town was well located with comfortable rooms as…

Asit

from India

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