Trails and Beaches


3kms – Start at the gate, via the waterhole to pan 2 through 7 and on to the signal towers at Pelican circle.

female buck, doe, deer

6kms – Start at the gate, via the waterhole to pan 2 through Long pan on to the track crossing for Skuinsrots, then south back along the fire track back to the signal towers.

bouquet, bird, close up

10kms – Start at the gate, via the waterhole to pan 2 through Long pan on to the fire track crossing for Long Beach and River, north towards the river and the river mouth, then south on Long Beach and along the existing seafront Oystercatcher trail to Kabeljoubank.


Approx 15 kms – Continue from the river mouth path towards the bridge across the R27. North along the boundary fence until you encounter a path running up the middle of the river. Follow this route to the highest viewpoint on our northern boundary. Return via the route towards the river mouth, keeping to the dunes. Removal of boots will be necessary for river crossing during winter. This is a very hot route, so be prepared. 


The African Black Oystercatcher Conservation and Breeding program has been successfully implemented in close working relation with the University of Cape Town and efforts of property owners on the Estate. (The African Black Oystercatcher is classified in the International Red Data Book as vulnerable).

There is a hiking trail running north from Kabeljoubank along the waterfront culminating at the river mouth. Movement along the beaches north of the river mouth is not encouraged as it interferes with the breeding ground of the Oystercatcher. Visitors and residents will discover pebble beaches, sandy bays, foam bays, cliffs, and long stretches of pristine white sand. Here eligible and licensed visitors can catch fish like; Stumpnose, Kuter, Kabeljou (Season Dependant)

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