There are many things to do in Mossel Bay. With the very diverse range of different activities in Mossel Bay, you are sure to keep entertained and keep your family entertained. We are perfectly located near a swimming beach, game lodges and the busy town area. Whale=Phin is truly a perfect spot to be your base during your stay in our area.
EXPLORE MOSSEL BAY BY BIKE OR KAYAK
Mossel Bay Adventures will take you on guided mountain bike tours of the Mossel Bay area. They also have guided fishing trips via kayaks and can facilitate your team building needs! Please visit their website for more information on their services on adventure activities in Mossel Bay.| http://www.mossadventures.co.za
Probably the most popular activity in Mossel Bay is the Shark Cage Diving. Spending time close to our massive and respected Great Whites is a experience of a lifetime. No diving experience in needed.
Mossel Bay’s Seal Island have over 2000 seals living on it. The Seven Seas and The Romonza cruise operators both do trips daily to this interesting and lively island. This is a great family experience.
A unique activity to our area is walking with lions. You can take a stroll with one of the most feared mammals in the world today. Visit Botlierskop Game Lodge for more information.
Santos Beach and Diaz Beach is Mossel Bay’s two Blue Flag Beaches. They are very popular during season time. Our beaches are also perfect for romantic sunset walks with a loved one.
Mossel Bay has a rich history in it’s discovery by Bartholomeu Dias in 1488. There are a few places of historic interest in town. Visit the Dias Museum for more information.
Mossel Bay is becoming more popular on the annual surfing calendar. We have different types of breaks that will suit and challenge from beginners to professionals!
Score the sickest sandboarding session on this insane 300 meter dune, dubbed Dragon Dune. Did we also mention that it´s the longest sandboarding dune in South Africa!
Mossel Bay has not only got 2 fine golf courses, but is also located near 9 other Championship Golf Courses. Book yourself a round of golf when visiting Mossel Bay.
A male Pin-tailed Whydah (860) (Koningrooibekkie / Koningweduweetjie) photographed in front of At Whale-Phin Guest House. He will make this his territory and will dominate the feeding tray by chasing away all seed eaters. He will collect a harem of 3-4 females who will lay their eggs in other birds, like the Common Waxbills, nests. ... See MoreSee Less