Waenhuiskrans/ Arniston Resort | Western Cape Government

Waenhuiskrans/ Arniston Resort


Waenhuiskrans/Arniston Resort is two hours' drive from Cape Town along the N2, over Sir Lowry’s Pass to Caledon, through the cornfields of the Overberg to Bredasdorp and on to Arniston/Waenhuiskrans, named after the British Ship, The Arniston, which was wrecked here in 1815 – as well as the famous Waenhuiskrans cave, an incredible tidal cave chiseled by sea and time from the limestone cliff.

This quaint fishing village, two centuries old, with innumerable white sand-dunes, endless beaches, character-filled fishing cottages and many other splendors will enable you to fulfil that inner yearning to experience total peace.

Location: Arniston/Waenhuiskrans, Cape Agulhas, Overberg, South Africa
Website: Waenhuiskrans/ Arniston Resort
Owned / Funded by / Endorsed by:
Facility Category: Holiday Resorts, Camping Facilities and Caravan Parks
Contact Information:
Street Address:

Main Road, Arniston

General Enquiries:
Telephone: 028 445 9620/ 073 562 9989
The content on this page was last updated on 17 August 2017