Angler's Paradise

Angler’s Paradise is situated in the Eastern Cape, on the fabled Garden Route, with beauty on all sides. To the south there is 900 m of private unspoiled coastline, and to the north are the spectacular Tsitsikamma Mountains.

Just 14 km from Angler’s Paradise you can access the famed Karoo via the well-known R62 Wine Route, and a mere 30 km away you will find the Tsitsikamma National Park and the Storms River Mouth, where you can enjoy more vigorous activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and bungee jumping.

Angler’s Paradise offers a personal touch, with magnificent views of the coast, and is arguably situated on the most impressive and privately owned coastal site in the Tsitsikamma. The two houses have unfettered vistas of the wild ocean and are surrounded by forested kloofs, fynbos, pastures, and mountains. Angler’s Paradise is extremely private and tranquil, with no other developments within a 25 km radius, excluding rural farming facilities.

The two houses are luxuriously appointed with newly refurbished kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. The open-plan living and dining areas compliment the relaxed laidback atmosphere, and the cook on duty will enjoy endless sea views from the fully-appointed kitchens. A separate washroom is fully-equipped with a washing machine, dryer, iron, and iron board. Linen, bath towels, and blankets are provided.

There is a choice of a fireplace in the one house, or an indoor braai in the other house, and while on holiday there is no need to miss out on sport or perhaps a favourite programme, as a full DStv bouquet is available. A home executive also services the houses on a daily basis.

With seven private trout dams, you can be sure of a good day’s fly-fishing – the ultimate freshwater fishing experience. Your fishing experience can further be enhanced with sea fishing and rock-angling from the unspoiled coastline on your front door, or deep-sea fishing launching from the nearby world-famous Cape St Francis Bay.

For the not-so-active among us, whale-watching is a firm favourite, with dolphins and other mammals vying for your attention. Settling down for the evening will afford you with unencumbered ocean vistas, catering for the discerning photographer.

Should you be interested in other activities, you can sunbathe on the sheltered private beach, or swim in the beautiful rock pools. There are also several walks and trails to explore, which include a walk to the river in the kloof adjacent to Angler’s Paradise, or a walk along the rocks where one can have excellent sightings of not only dolphins and whales, but also of the resident Cape Clawless Otter.

Guests will also have access to miles of quiet rolling farm roads which are ideal for mountain bikers.