Gansbaai is a fishing town located between the two shores of Walker bay to the North with numerouse coastal caves and rock pools and the Shark bay to the East with never ending and beautiful white sandy beaches in Western Cape South Africa. This little village has become  a world wide destination for all adventure lovers and nature lovers who visits South Africa.Mountains, sea, wildflowers and a zillion wild and wonderful creatures on land, sea and sky are some of the majestic and wonderful things you can find in Gansbaai South Africa. Chances are good that once you’ve seen the myriads of indigenous wildlife species and watched dolphins and whales surf the waves, you will never want to leave again.                                                                                                                                                                   The main tourist attraction in Gansbaai since approximately 1995 has been cage diving with Great White sharks. It is said that after Kruger National Park, the Great White sharks attract some of the highest number of tourist to South Africa for any singular activity.The famous Drupkelder Caves and the Klipgat Caves between De Kelders and Walker Bay are both of world heritage significance. This is where the earliest ancestors of modern man lived some 80 000 years ago in the Middle Stone Age times and where Khoikhoi pastoralists already kept sheep, cattle and dogs some 2 000 years ago. Excavated remains, including animal bones and tools fashioned from bone, shells and rock, are safe-guarded in the Iziko SA Museum. The Drupkelder Caves with its mineral water pools and impressive stalagmites and stalactites used to be a popular holiday site a century ago. Lady Anne Barnard visited it in 1798. It is now the source of drinking water for De Kelders and Gansbaai and access is limited to guided tours.                                                                                     You can go to the beach with a picnic basket and an umbrella for a day of fun in the sun. Gansbaai has a variety of pristine beaches, as well as tidal and rock pools for safe swimming and a day of leisure at the water’s edge. Die Plaat, between Hermanus and De Kelders, is a 17 km stretch of white sand beach and rocky outcrops in the Walker Bay Nature Reserve that is ideal for fishing,beach activities, picnicking, hiking and water sport. Swimmers and surfers must be cautious of strong under-currents as there are no lifeguards on duty.                                                                                                                                                      In Gansbaai this where you can get an unforgetable experience.What are you waiting for, get your explorer cap on and experience the unique experience that will definately leave you breathless.beach1OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAother1