Sand River Dunes
Sand River Dunes
Hiking the Sand River is recommended at any time of the year. If lucky, you may see the beautiful Crystal Pools. The water in the Sand River flows underground, over the hard rocky substrate that underlies the dunes. After heavy rains, the water table rises to form pools.
 
Surfing
Surfing
In the 1960's photographer Bruce Brown searched the world for the perfect wave. He found it at St Francis Bay and named it 'Bruce's Beauties'. St Francis Bay is one of the world's great surf spots - and you need not be a surfer to enjoy this graceful sport. Delight in watching the followers "search" for the perfect wave!
 
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Yachting
TAG YACHTS is situated in the unique and picturesque village of St Francis Bay on the coast of the Eastern Cape which boasts its own port ideal for visiting sail yachts and boats. St Francis Bay is ideal for all sailing and water related sports as it is on the sea, alongside a river and has a unique canal system. Water sports can be enjoyed all through the year.
 
Sea Kayaking
Sea Kayaking
Do your own thing or take part in a guided trail and look out for dolphins, seals and, in season, whales.
 
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Fishing
All types of fishing can be organised, ranging from rock and surf, light tackle , fly fishing to deep sea and bottom fishing. Charters can accommodate groups of up to 20 people. Morning/afternoon or full day trips. Top of the range fishing tackle (Shimano, Penn, Halco) is provided and you get to keep your catch.
 
Lots More To Do
Lots More To Do
Let us arrange Aromatherapy, Reflexology or Reiki treatment. Go sand-boarding with Aloe Africa. Visit Humansdorp and and don't miss Le Chameleon Padstal. Book a micro-light trip. Take a beach horse ride. Let us plan a romantic champagne sunset for you.
 
Walks
Walks
Take your choice of several hikes in our neighbouring nature reserves: Cape St Francis Nature Reserve, Seal Point Nature Reserve, Seal Bay Nature Reserve and Irma Booysen Floral Reserve.
 
Kitesurfing
Kitesurfing
Kitesurfing or Kiteboarding is a surface water sport that uses the wind to pull a rider through the water on a small surfboard or a kiteboard (similar to a wakeboard). The terms kiteboarding and kitesurfing are interchangeable. There are a number of different styles of kiteboarding, including freestyle (most common and utilises standard kite and board) or wake-style (flatter water using board with bindings) and wave-riding which is focused on big waves using a board designed for wave riding.
 
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Stand up paddle surfing (SUP)
Stand up paddle surfing (SUP) is an emerging global sport with a Hawaiian heritage.
 
Windsurfing
Windsurfing
Windsurfing has been around for as long as most of us can remember. Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually two to four meters long, powered by the orthogonal effect of the wind on a sail. The rig is connected to the board by a free-rotating universal joint and comprises a mast, wishbone boom and sail. The sail area ranges from less than 3.0 m2 to more than 12 m2 depending on the conditions, the skill of the sailor and the type of windsurfing being undertaken. This high adrenaline wind-driven sport is made available to you at one of the World's best windsurfing destinations at St. Francis Bay.
 

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pdficontransparent.png  Blowhole Hike.pdf (66kb).

 
pdficontransparent.png  TAG Newsletter.pdf  May 2011 (583.26kb).

 

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