Kogel Bay Resort is located between Gordon’s Bay and Rooi Els and borders Clarens Drive, a 20 kilometre scenic route that boasts whale watching opportunities along largely undeveloped parts of the coastline.
The resort is situated between high mountains, surrounded by indigenous fynbos and a 4 km sandy beach, and forms part of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. The high mountains shelter the beach from the strong south-easter winds during summer, making it a sought after beach and camping facility.
Click here to view the Kogel Bay brochure.
Click on the below links to view the sites layouts:
Kogel Bay - all sites
Kogel Bay - area 1
Kogel Bay - area 2
Kogel Bay - area 3
Kogel Bay - area 4
Things to do and see
- Swim (when lifesavers are on duty) and tan at Kogel Bay beach
- Drive to Steenbras River mouth and walk up the cliffs
- Take a scenic drive to Rooi Els, Betty’s Bay (take a walk in the Harold Porter Nature Reserve), Kleinmond and Hermanus and watch the whales (June to November)