This campsite is one of the most private campsites you will find on the coast, the concrete platforms and walls for privacy (and wind) you will be unbothered in your own nook.
Each campsite comes with lights, a power point, wash-basin, working surface and a braai facility with a grid. The ablution facility is just outside your camping spot and has showers with hot water, toilets and mirrors.
While staying at the campsite, you have full access to Cape Cross Lodge, which consists of a bar, wine cellar, a TV lounge, a small shop, restaurant and a deck looking over the ocean, not bad for camping right?
The activity list is quite a big one for such a quiet destination, here you have the ocean, for a surf, canoeing or a sundowner. Go on picnics, hiking trails and scenic flights to take in the view and for something a little more down-tempo you can enjoy a cellar tour and wine tasting. There is one activity however that is the ultimate winner and that is the trip to the dead sea, where you will float right on your back and your drink will float right next to you, it is a weird feeling being so light but you have to try it!
We also can't forget the iconic seal colony, so pinch your nose and go have a look, while you are there you might also learn a bit of history about Cape Cross itself.
It's doesn't seem like a bad idea to go camping, but then you get to dress up for the restaurant and bar right on your doorstep. It's not glamping, but it sure is close.
Campsites with lights, a power point, wash-basin, working surface and a braai facility with a grid.
Outside of your camping spot, there are showers with hot water, toilets and mirrors.
Inside the lodge, there is a restaurant, bar, wine cellar, TV lounge and an outdoor deck with an ocean view.
Surfing, canoeing, picnics and sundowners are available by the beach.
Just outside of the campsite you can enjoy scenic flights, hikes, a trip to the dead sea and a visit to the seal colony.
In the lodge, you can enjoy a tour of the wine cellar and a wine tasting