Welcome to the Lamberts Bay South Africa Information pages for visitors!
Here you can find accommodation, local restaurants and businesses, outdoor activities, information on our area - the Cederberg Mountains, the West Coast or the annual Wild Flower splendour of Namaqualand.
Enjoy the beauty and unique character of this part of the Western Cape.
For more information contact Cara or Sheene on 027 432 1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
027 432 1117
Situated in the quiet seaside village of Lamberts Bay, you will find this modern, fully equipped double-storey self-catering house and appartment. The two units are located on the same property, but are completely separate from each other.
The house is built on the rocks, with only a small gate separating the house from the sea. The house features two double en-suite rooms, both situated on the top floor, with full sea views through the large corner windows. Guests will find electric blankets on the beds and heaters in the bedrooms for added comfort. The large open-plan living area leads onto the kitchen that opens onto a large patio. The house is fuly equipped and features a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, and hairdryers in the bathrooms. The house also features an indoor barbecue area, as well as double garage with remote control access and electric fence with an electric gate.
The appartment is ideal for people with disabilities or a small family. The cottage sleeps only two people and is very private. It is comfortably furnished and offers a small kitchenette with a fridge, freezer, microwave, and electric frying pan. The patio has a portable barbecue and parking is available behind the fence area with remote control access. Both the house and apartment boast amazing sea views and all bedding and towels are provided.See more
The 2015/16 west coast rock lobster recreational fishing season opened on Sunday, 15 November 2015 and will close on Sunday, 28 March 2016. Fishing is allowed on the following days:
· No fishing allowed from 11 January 2016 until 24 March 2016
· Fishing allowed from 25 March 2016 to 28 March 2016 (4 days)
Attention is also drawn to Regulation 51, issued under the Marine Living Resources Act 18 of 1998 (MLRA), which provides that only persons over the age of 12 years may obtain from any authorised office, a recreational fishing permit to engage in fishing, collecting, keeping, controlling, landing or transporting of, or to be in possession of not more than four WCRL per day subject to the payment of R94 per permit (R7 application fee and R87 permit fee) as determined by the Minister under section 25 of the MLRA and published under Government Notice No. 795 in Government Gazette No. 33518 of 10 September 2010. Permits are valid for the entire recreational fishing season.
Fishing times for WCRL will be from 08h00 until 16h00 and the bag limit is four per person per day and the size restriction is 80 millimeters carapace length.
No person catching WCRL with a recreational fishing permit may sell his/her catch and any WCRL caught, collected or transported must be kept in a whole state.
A maximum of 20 WCRL’s may be transported per day on condition that all the persons who caught such WCRL’s are present in the vehicle, vessel or aircraft during transportation and that such persons are in possession of WCRL recreational fishing permits.
For more information, please contact:
Tel: 021 402 3702
Cell: 082 904 1908
LAMBERTSBAY TOURISM OFFICE
Contact us for more information:
Cara or Sheene on 027 432 1000 or email@example.com
Police - 027 432 8260
Clinic - 027 432 1155
Dr. Hayes - 027 432 1136
Pharmacy - 027 432 1133
Fire Department - 027 482 1775
Ambulance - 027 482 2576
Cederberg Medical Rescuers - 10177