Cape Town Dams & Vleis

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

Destinations in Cape Town


Visit Verlorenvlei

Where? Elands Bay
Verlorenvlei is a long estuary stretching between the villages of Elands Bay and Redelinghuys, some 25 kilometres south of Lambert’s Bay. Verlorenvlei is one of the most important estuarine systems in the ...

Theewater Sailing Academy

Where? Villiersdorp
Come and enjoy an introduction to dinghy sailing at Theewaterskloof Dam. Learning to sail can be a fun and exciting experience where you can learn the basics and get the hang of sailing a dinghy under ...

Leiwater Dam Birding

Where? Montagu
The Leiwater Dam in Montagu is a bird-lover’s paradise, an avian enthusiast’s delight. As such, it is one of the area’s most popular and spectacular tourist destinations, luring visitors from all over the ...

Berg River Dam

Where? Franschhoek
Through clever design, the Berg River Dam efficiently captures winter rainfall and stores it for supply to the Cape Town region during the drier summer months. This, the first dam in the country which was ...

Greater Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve

Where? Muizenberg
The Greater Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve is a 2000 hectare wetland, river system and estuary situated on the False Bay coast, close to Marina Da Gama in the suburb of Muizenberg. The last functional ...

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