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Bluewater Bay Tourism can assist you with planning and provide comprehensive information on a vast range of interesting destinations and activities which are within easy reach of your stay in Bluewater Bay.

Game Reserves

Visit a host of game reserves in close proximity including the world renouned Addo Elephant National Park.


Good fishing spots and plenty of rock pools are found along the coast. The Island Nature Reserve comprises indigenous tree species, has numerous walks, as well as picnic and braai areas.

Van Stadens River Mouth

Participate in swimming, sailboarding, pedal-boating, surfing and fishing. Along the road to the old Van Staden’s Pass is an attractive view of the longest concrete arch bridge in Southern Africa.

Maitland River Mouth & Mega Dune

The river delta is situated at the foot of the now famous Maitland "mountain" mega dune where The Boardroom offers dune boarding for beginners and professionals. A hang-glider and parasail launch pad can be found nearby.

Colchester - Sundays River

The Canoe Trail takes you to the furthest reaches of the river towards Kirkwood. Horse trails will guide you across the most spectacular dunes south of the Sahara and on to the cool waters of the Indian Ocean.

Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area

This rugged mountain range and valley is a true wilderness with hiking, biking & 4x4 trails. The new Baviaans Lodge is hidden in a garden of Eden waiting to host your stay.

Storms River

This deep river gorge spilling out into the ocean is a must for getaway action lovers. Float down the river on inflatables or hike the hills and valleys with Storms River Adventures.

Touch Farm

Experience a children’s paradise - animal touch farm where farm-life can be experienced first hand. Pony rides and playgrounds for fun & enjoyment.

Bayworld Oceanarium, Snake Park & Museum

This unique Oceanarium, museum & Snake Park offers visitors a close-up view of some of the most beautiful creatures of the sea, as well as the most dangerous earth crawlers around. 










Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 11:55