Within one hour`s drive from Cape Town, the Kraalbaai Houseboats are permanently moored on the tranquil waters of the Langebaan Lagoon in the West Coast National Park, where Preekstoel (the Pulpit) watches over the serene surroundings.

This is where Eve`s Footprint was discovered on the nearby shore – thought to be from 117 000 years ago, the oldest known footprint of modern mankind; where naturalist, sailor and writer Frank Wightman seeked quiet refuge for many years on his yacht Wylo, described by the famous author Lawrence Green as a giant in hiding; where local traditional fishermen still ply their trade and fresh harders (mullet) on the coals are a delicacy; where crayfish, oysters, perlemoen (abalone), black mussels and fish are in abundance; where tourists visit during spring to enjoy the beauty of one of the great floral kingdoms of the world; where activities such as water skiing, fishing, sailing, mountain biking, hiking, picnicking etc are enjoyed in nature; and where fine dining experiences (on board by arrangement) or outings to Mykonos Resort and Casino, restaurants in Saldanha Bay and Langebaan or a visit to the Yacht Club are arranged with pleasure.

You are invited to embrace the heritage and these activities from your quiescent houseboat-base in Kraalbaai, within the surrounds of the unique biodiversity of the West Coast National Park and surrounds.