FRANSKRAAL ACCOMMODATION

Self-catering accommodation with panoramic sea views

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADVENTURE CAPITAL OF SOUTH AFRICA

Marine Big 5 – close encounters with sharks, dolphins, penguins, whales and seals

sealsCAPE FUR SEALS

Cape Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus) are the main food source of Great White Sharks at Dyer Island.

There are approximately 60 000 seals on Geyser Rock and between 10 and 12 000 pups are born every year.

Only females and cups are present on the island all year round while males only visit during the mating season. They can stay for months offshore.

Book now to experience the hustle and bustle of the colony on Geyser Rock on one of the shark diving cruises that is available at Kleinbaai (except during stormy weather).

Interesting facts

  • Fully grown males, or “bulls” can weigh upwards of 300 kg
  • Females weigh approximately 80 kg
  • Each female will have one cup per year
  • Seals can travel up to 80 km per day
  • They can dive up to 200 meters deep

Great White Sharks | Whales | Dolphins | Seals | Penguins

FRANSKRAAL ACCOMMODATION

From villas with breathtaking sea views to a country house or romantic breakaway …

MELKBOOM

SLEEP 12

Melkboom is a self-catering holiday home on the shoreline of Franskraal within 10m from the high water mark.

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ROTS & SEE

SLEEP 12

Rots en See is a fully furnished house on the shoreline with a breathtaking views of the sea.

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KORMORANT

SLEEP 2

This luxurious sea-front self-catering bachelor apartment is the ideal romantic breakaway for two.

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“Baie dankie weereens vir die lekker verblyf en dat ons weer die batterye kon laai hier.”

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