April 10, 2020 7:30 am / 1:30 pm
The hike is 13.5km long, and will take about 5 to 6 hours to complete.
Exceptional coastal views can be expected. The 30 meter high contour path hugs the coastline, and ends in Dana Bay.
Transport will be arranged back to Mossel Bay from the end of the hike.
One can expect to see whales, dolphins, seals, and sometimes sharks from the trail.
The hike will be at a fairly leisurely pace, and most people that is relatively fit will finish it with ease.
Several different bird species will be observed, and even dassie, duiker, bush buck, and caracal have been seen along the way.
We will also walk past the historical Origin of man caves at Pinnacle Point. Access to the caves is restricted though.
Mobile: 082 771 7807
COST: Free, tips welcome.
BRING: Binoculars recommended. Bring your own lunch, wear sturdy shoes and swimming costume. Dogs allowed on a leash.
EXTRA NOTES: Family friendly, swimming – includes beach walking or place to swim. Marine and coastal interest, rock pools.
DIRECTIONS: The hike will start from the parking lot at the cave at Mossel Bay Point. Coordinates: S 34° 11.170 E 022° 09.448
Drive down either Marsh street or Bland street in a Southernly direction. Bland street will meet up with Marsh street at the Point Village Hotel, at the Point. Drive around the Point, and you will see the parking on your left just after rounding the Point. https://goo.gl/maps/PY3NoriDyRC2 See Google maps below for directions on your phone.
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