Lamberts Bay Town Tour, Lamberts Bay 

Lambert’s Bay Town Tour

Discover “The Diamond of the West Coast" with a walk through the history
of Lambert’s Bay and our scenic coastline.
The beautiful gardens of the Dutch Reformed Church with its pulpit shaped like a fishing boat.
The harbour with folk tales of fishing, counting of snoek
and the building of the harbour and breakwater walls.
Take a trip down memory lane in the Sandveld Museum and have a look at the oldest buildings in town.
The Cape Gannet Island is our last stop. Bird Island is the only Gannet breeding island of 6  worldwide accessible to tourists and bird lovers.
Enjoy some drinks whilst being entertained by the blue eyed birds.

Package includes
A registered and accredited tour guide
All entry fees

Duration
2-3 Hours
Morning Tour:  9h00 – 12h00
Afternoon Tour: 14h00 – 15h00

 Please bring your own
Sun hat and sun screen
Insect repellent
Camera, comfortable shoes
Warm jacket
Binoculars

Price per Person
Starting from R250.00 per person

Optional or additional (excluded in the price)
Lunch at one of our local restaurants
Boat trip (when available and/or or if enough guests). Additional cost will apply.

ITINERARY

Meet the guide at designated area – Lambert’s Bay Tourism office Dutch Reformed Church with its unique sea features Lambert’s Bay harbour where the fish industry used to be the hub of Lambert’s Bay, with its “snoek” stories Lambert’s Bay Hotel and the first shops Sandveld Museum with up to 5 different exhibitions and the history of Lambert’s Bay “Skulpies/Shells Route” and the scenic coastline including “Mad Head Bay” Old Jewish Factory and some of the oldest houses in town Bird Island Return and drop-off at Tourism Office

Contact us

Lamberts Bay Tourism
E-mail: lambertsinfo@mweb.co.za
+27 27 432 1000 / 02

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