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Witsand Caravan Park – Middle Camp

This Hessequa municipal camp sits on the eastern end of Witsand, right on the beach. It offers amazing fishing opportunities from the sand/beach as well as the rocks. There is also a little tidal pool for swimming and the Blue Flag beach is within walking distance from there.
Furthermore you can stroll along for many kilometres towards the east. Thus making this an ideal retreat if you want to escape from the usual turmoil and rush of life for a while. This experience could recharge those dangerously flat batteries again…


Witsand Caravan Park – West Camp

The first Hessequa municipal camp as you enter Witsand is ideally situated for those who want to be close to the Breede River Mouth as well as the Blue Flag beach. In fact, the Breede River is the widest river mouth in South Africa. Thus it is ideally suited for a range of water activities, the most loved one here being of course kite surfing! This place has also amazed international kite surfers as it provides favourable conditions for practising tricks.
They love to come here during summer for the wind and are likewise pleasantly surprised with the lack of crowds in these parts.


Renosterbos Self Catering / Selfsorg

Nona Rosa offers self-catering accommodation on a working farm situated between the towns of Heidelberg and Witsand. The farm is nestled on the banks of the Slang River.

The unit accommodates 6 guests in a 2-bedroom cottage with a bathroom and well-equipped kitchen. The main bedroom has a double bed while the second bedroom contains twin single beds and the alcove features 2 daybeds. The shared bathroom is fitted with a shower.


Nona Rosa Bushcamp

Nona Rosa Bushcamp is situated in the Southern Cape along the Garden Route, on the farm Nona Rosa, and hidden on the banks of the Slang River. It is ± 4km off the R322 and halfway between Heidelberg Cape (20km) and Witsand at the mouth of the Breede River (17km).
The farm is about 800 ha of which ±500 ha is still agricultural land. The rest is untouched bush, krantzes, valleys, hills and river with big water pools. The whole of the farm is available for exploring.


Whale Watchers Inn

Is your perfect half-way stop between Cape Town and Knysna while traveling down South Africa and the glorious Garden Route.
Situated in Witsand, Whale Watchers Inn is located approximately 100 meters from the beach at San Sebastian Bay, which is well-known as “The Whale Nursery of South Africa.” The Inn is also within easy walking distance of the mouth of the mighty Breede River.
Johnny and Clair Pienaar started the guesthouse back in 1996, together with their housekeeper Emily, and they all continue to welcome you to this beautiful location. Whale Watchers Inn is a 3 star guesthouse offering both Bed & Breakfast as well as serviced, self-catering family units


The Whale View

Sleeping up to 14 people (12 in the double storey house and two people in an outside room), the house is divided into two separate apartments, each with own entrance and can be booked separately.
The House: Both apartments in The Whale View house look exactly the same in the inside. Each has three, lovely large bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. The master bedroom has its own sliding door that opens on the balcony with views of the ocean and river. Guests staying in Apartment 1


Breede River Resort & Fishing Lodge

The Breede River Resort & Fishing Lodge is situated at the mouth of the mighty Breede River, South Africa’s largest river estuary. There is a variety of top class Witsand Accommodation to choose from for your stay at the Breede Resort and Fishing Lodge. 7 Waterfront Rooms, 3 Backpacker Rooms and 4 Independent Studios for 2 people and more.


Barry’s Holiday Accommodation

Self catering and Holiday rentals, situated in Witsand, The Whale Nursery of South Africa. This peaceful coastal town is surrounded by two natural phenomena, the Breede River Estuary and the Indian Ocean, and although Witsand is primarily known for its multitude of whales from July to November, there is much to keep one entertained during the winter months.
With stunning beaches and great walks, some of the best estuary fishing, the Langeberg Mountains providing a beautiful backdrop, and an unhurried peaceful ambiance, it is well worth a visit