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The natural fynbos surrounding Jacobsbaai supports a variety of wildlife including jackal, duiker, steenbok and tortoise. Birding is popular here too – for buzzards, kites and eagles, while southern right whales and dolphins can often be spotted along the coast. In spring the landscape transforms into a riot of colour, with daisies and wild flowers adorning the hamlet of Jacobsbaai all the way to the sea.
Jacobsbaai’s seven individual bays are Kwaaibaai, Jacobsbaai, Smalbaai and Moerie se baai which are great for launching boats from and Bamboesbaai and Toothrock are used for diving, and fishing. Kwaaibaai is popular amongst surfers, while Tooth-rock and Bamboesbaai are renowned for diving, and fishing. Smalbaai is where you will find Oystercatchers and cormorants sunning on the rocks and Mauritzbaai can be awash with hun-dreds of terns roosting on the rocks in the shallow waters.
The sandy beach of Hospital Bay is ideal for swimming and sunning. The bay’s unusual name is from the 1800s when ships dropped off their sick to be quarantined here before reaching Cape Town. Enjoy seafood prepared by locals restaurants, or just have a traditional braai with the family.
In Vredenburg (15km away) there are various Hospitals and if you want a exceptional shopping experience then visit the Wes-kus Mall with over 70 shops to choose from.