Geography and History
Victoria Bay is situated on the Southern coast of the Western Cape province of South Africa. Victoria Bay is undoubtedly the Garden Route's most beautiful bays and has been described by locals and visitors as ‘The Gem of the Garden Route”. Situated just outside of George off the N2 and 10km from the Wilderness on the Garden Route, Victoria Bay is the perfect holiday base from which to explore the whole region.
Victoria Bay has some of the best surfing waves on the Southern coast! With world class surfing, whale and dolphin watching, snorkelling, swimming, fishing and hiking, Victoria Bay has all the activities a holiday maker could possibly desire!
Fishing from the jetty and rocks adjacent to the beach are popular pass times for the keen fishermen. Victoria Bay has a gently-sloping beach that is very safe for swimming.
The dolphins and whales often spotted in the bay and can be seen from your tent or bedroom window! Victoria Bay is the perfect spot to watch Whales in whale season (July - November) and dolphins can be seen all year round!
There is a hiking trail to the point of the cove.
Golf courses are plentiful in George and surrounding areas.
Shopping or just driving along the N2 to all the neighbouring towns along the Garden Route will keep you busy all day!
Accommodation facilities in Victoria Bay include bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) and self catering houses and camping close to the beach.
There is a restaurant on the beach with a wonderful menu.
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