Colorful Hout Bay

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The Sentinel - ever watchful over Hout Bay The Sentinel – ever watchful over Hout Bay

Sea and rocks Sea and rocks

Klein Leeukoppie Klein Leeukoppie

 The bronze leopard sculptured by local artist Ivan Mitford-Barberton, was placed on its rocky pedestal at the foot of Chapmans Peak Drive in 1963. The bronze leopard sculptured by local artist Ivan Mitford-Barberton, was placed on its rocky pedestal at the foot of Chapmans Peak Drive in 1963.

The sheltered bay of Hout Bay has a white sand beach, a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike The sheltered bay of Hout Bay has a white sand beach, a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike

An established tuna, snoek and crayfish industry An established tuna, snoek and crayfish industry

The fishing harbour gives the little coastal town a lively atmosphere The fishing harbour gives the little coastal town a lively atmosphere

The attractions of the beautiful place are numerous The attractions of the beautiful place are numerous

 Hout Bay has one of the busiest fishing harbours in the Western Cape Hout Bay has one of the busiest fishing harbours in the Western Cape

Leisure craft of all shapes and sizes Leisure craft of all shapes and sizes

A seal whisperer A seal whisperer

Diving back into the water after the snack Diving back into the water after the snack

Waiting for MORE foos Waiting for MORE food

Professor Joe who likes to teach the seals disciline Professor Joe who likes to teach the seals discipline

Yachts lying in the sheltered harbour Yachts lying in the sheltered harbour

Hout Bay (Wood Bay) was first named Chapman's Chaunce and it was also the first English name to appear on the maps of southern Africa. Hout Bay (Wood Bay) was first named Chapman’s Chaunce and it was also the first English name to…

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