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Beach Access

Table Mountain National Park has a beach for all preferences.

If you like to mingle with bronzed beach goers and enjoy a bit of a beach culture, try Llandudno on the Atlantic seaboard. However, if you are more of a laidback beach user head south and try out Noordhoek, Kommetjie or Scarborough – all of which are spacious enough to accommodate crowds and are also good for watching the sun set.

The Cape of Good Hope section offers more wild and secluded beaches with the benefit of beaches on both the Atlantic and False Bay sides.

An annual My Activity Permit level 1 is required for dog walking.

Alcohol is not allowed on Cape Town beaches.

Strong rip tides characterize some of our beaches and that there are no life guards on duty on any of Table Mountain National Park’s beaches. Swimmers should ensure that they are familiar with the area and should exercise caution at all times.


For more information on available beaches please call our marine team: +27 (0)21 786 5656