St. Helena Bay Vacation Packages
From St. Helena Bay, the city of Cape Town is approximately 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the south.
Don't limit yourself to St. Helena Bay; Western Cape has an abundance natural and cultural attractions which await the savvy traveler. Pay a visit to the Paternoster Beach and Cape Columbine Lighthouse in and around Paternoster, about 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the northeast of St. Helena Bay.
Trying the food the locals eat is often so much more than mere sustenance. It offers a way of understanding the way of life in Western Cape. You'll see that Karoo lamb and venison are often-used elements of many local foods. The restaurants in this region nearly always serve Aardwolf, so order one if you love good beer. Don't feel that a meal is complete without wine? Try Pinotage or Sauvignon Blanc, two regional options to try.
Much of the region acknowledges St Andrews Day on the 30th of November, so be prepared for changes to business hours and transport schedules.
Your time in St. Helena Bay will provide you with captivating photos and lovely memories that you'll cherish for years to come!
Accommodation in St. Helena Bay
We suggest that that you make reservations for a place to stay as soon as your itinerary is known, since Expedia's St. Helena Bay hotel site currently doesn't contain a huge range of accommodation.
The following St. Helena Bay accommodations are worth checking out if you book your stay with Expedia: the BON Hotel Shelley Point, BON Hotel Shelley Point and Goblins Creek.