Whale of a Weekend @ Tented Camp I Cape Peninsula

Slangkop Tented Camp 

Kommetjie I Cape Peninsula

Nestled within an indigenous Milkwood Forest in the seaside village of Kommetjie, Slangkop Tented Camp is the perfect location to watch the sun set over Atlantic Ocean around a roaring camp fire.

Whales are often spotted around here between June and November, so it’s fitting that the design draws the ocean greats.  The rounded shape of the tents echo a whale’s gentle curves and old whale bones have been used as light fittings.

This 12 sleeper tented camp is situated a mere 100 m from the sea and a hop skip and a jump to Long Beach , famous for its Surf Breaks.   Here you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, with the convenience of a short walk to shops.

The 6 x 2 sleeper “tents” are permanent structures, with canvas interiors covered by a completely weatherproof sheeted roof.   Each tent has two single beds where line and towel is provided.   The communal bathrooms have hot showers and the Boma & Braai area is fully kitted out…even with an antique woodburing Dover stove for chilly nights.

6 x 2 sleeper tents (Max 12 persons)
2 x single beds per tent with mattress, pillow, bed linen and towel.
Communal boma and braai area
Communal fully equipped kitchen

Rate: Valid until 31 October 2018
R425 per person sharing

Whale of a Weekends Availability

  • 27 – 28 Oct 2017
  • 3  – 5 Nov  2017
  • 10 – 12 Nov 2017

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Please complete the below form and one of our consultants will contact you as soon as possible otherwise please call us on 021 789 0093 or email info@capepointroute.co.za

Whale Watching Tips:

  • Click here for whale surfacing behaviour (breaching, lobtailing, spyhopping etc)
  • Click here to identify which whale is which (Southern rights, Humpbacks, Brydes whales)
  • Click here for the Top land based whale watching spots on the peninsula
  • Click here for whale watching boat trips.

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