Saldanha Bay is
known for it's contrasts and natural beauty. It lies between the Berg River
mouth in the north and the West Coast National Park (Langebaan) in the south. It
stretches inland to Hopefield with the Berg River in the northeast.
There are numerous small fishing
villages, holiday resorts and seaside towns. This region is known for its scenic
beauty and abundant sea life.
Whales can be seen during their
migration. The cold Benquela Current provides visitors with a vast selection
like mussels, crayfish and line fish. The region is a bird watchers paradise.
The Hopefield district towards the
Sandveld, is covered with wild flowers from August to mid-September.
Saldanha has much to offer!
Bay Tourism Bureau
P.O. Box 395 Saldanha 7395
Tel: + 27 (0)22 714 2088
Fax: +27 (0)22 714 4240