Our next stop was Camps bay. It’s a posh suburb of Capetown that boasts of a beachfront (after its name) with crystal white sand, a full of life promenade, sea facing restaurants & pubs and an affluent neighborhood. It’s an excellent location for clicking some of the best photographs as the 12 apostles form the backdrop of the beach behind the long stretch of white sands and ocean.
3 PM - Camp’s BayCamps Bay has all the right ingredients for a hot summer vacation – white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, cocktail and champagne bars, amazing restaurants, and beautiful people. It’s vibey, fun, and cosmopolitan. Ideal for swimming and spending inhibited hours of pleasure, the water is usually bathwater warm and the waves are smooth. It is South African summer holiday perfection.
The evening was again chasing a sunset at Camps Bay :)
After all the mornings excitement, we packed our bathing suites and set off to spent the day at Camps Bay’s beach. On the beach front there are many great restaurants, but there was one in particular that stood out, a blue fisher village look alike, with a big sign outside, stating OYSTERS for R8 ($0.8) each!! Wow these where the BEST oysters we have eaten through out the World!!!! Their food is pretty spectacular as well and very affordable for this particular area, well to be honest most probably through out the whole of South Africa.