South Africa :: Western Cape (West Coast)
Category: Places :: Town Small
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Elands Bay is a small town on the West Coast of South Africa 200 km north of Cape Town In the Bobbejaan Mountains above Elands Bay. There are numerous Bushman paintings and caves in the vicinity of the town have produced valuable archaeological findings. The Verlorenvlei flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Elands Bay and is a haven for about 230 bird species. It is known for its seafood as well as its natural wonders such as Verlorenvlei (a marsh) which lies between Elandsbaai and Redelinghuys with best West Coast lobster. You can either buy them from the fishermen or catch them yourself, if you have a permit. The magnificent waves, make the Bay a surfers paradise. For information about the town visitors need to contact the Lamberts Bay Tourism Bureau.
|Address :||Lamberts Bay Tourism Bureau, West Coast, South Africa|
|Contact :||Lamberts Bay Tourism Bureau|
|Tel :||+27(0)27 432 1000|
|Cellphone Reception :||Good||Main Cellular Network :||Vodacom. CellC.|
|Police Station :||Yes||Police Telephone :||+27(0)22 972 8000|
|Tourist Information :||Yes||Tourist Information Telephone :||+27(0)22 972 1640|
|Petrol :||Yes||Petrol Type :||Unleaded 95.||Petrol Price Index :||ZAR13.20 (Oct-14)|
|Diesel :||Yes||Diesel Price Index :||ZAR12.21 (Oct-14)|
|Facilities :||Shops, General Dealer, Lodging, Camping, Butchery, Restaurant|
|Hiking Trails, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Swimming, Diving, Surfing, Canoeing, Sailing, Bird Watching|
|More Activities :||Rock climbing.|
Toll Gate nearby.
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