Point of Interest
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Klipgat Cave just outside De Kelders in the Walker Bay Nature Reserve was home to ancient peoples (homo sapiens sapiens) whilst Europe was still inhabited by the much more primitive (and later extinct) Neanderthals. The spectacular limestone rock formations, artfully sculptured by nature, over…
The caves at De Kelders ("the Cellars") is the reason for the area's name. The walk is not very long with a some clambering (and climbing) and wooden stairs. Breathtaking views and beautiful photo opportunities. The best is to aim for low tide!
These historically important caves have been inhabited by our ancestors since 80,000 years ago. The view across Walker bay from the cave is unsurpassed and presents a fantastic photo opportunity. The small beach is sheltered and swimming in the clear water is s refreshing prelude to the walk back to…