The Rock @ 2 Oceans
Fish Hoek Accommodation -
Fish Hoek & Surrounding Areas
(only 7 minutes drive from The Rock @ 2 Oceans)
Fish Hoek is well known and popular for its
beautiful long stretch of white sandy beach. Children can swim
and play to their hearts’ content in the sheltered children’s
playground while adults may enjoy fine seafood at one of the
charming beach restaurants. One can take a relaxing stroll down
Jager’s walk, which runs along the mountainside of Fish
Hoek beach. Jager’s Walk, a pathway along the rocky coastline
takes the visitor as far as Sunny Cove where visitors can view
the dolphins and whales that visit these shores annually.
The magnificent beach, reached through a secure parking area,
is great for swimming, snorkeling, hobie-cat sailing and paddle-skiing.
Visitors are sometimes treated to the sight of the local fishermen ‘trekking’ for
haarders and yellowtail fish off Fish Hoek beach.
From late August the Great Southern Right Whales visit our
Oceans and entertain thousands of spectators each year as
close to shore to calf their babies and can often be seen frolicking
in the bay. The elevated roads and parking bays provide excellent
Thanks to The Fish Hoek Surf Lifesaving Club, Fish Hoek is one
of the safest and most popular beaches in Cape Town. The Fish
Hoek Surf Lifesaving Club provides an invaluable voluntary service
to the local community on weekends and public holidays. Established
in 1958 by 8 members of the 1st Fish Hoek Sea Rovers in a little
green shack on the beach, the Fish Hoek Surf Lifesaving Club
has grown from humble beginnings into one of the strongest lifesaving
clubs in the country and a vital member of the local community.
The club not only performs a vital community service, but also
provides athletes with the opportunity of competing in Lifesaving
as a physically demanding sports, comprising elements of swimming,
running, canoeing etc. Local and international competitions allow
the lifesavers to compete against other lifesavers and provides
an incentive to better themselves and their rescue techniques.
By striving to improve on their competitive performance, the
ensure that they are better able to serve the public. In this
aspect the Fish Hoek Lifesaving Club has excelled, dominating
the local competitions and finishing 2nd at the National Championships
in the last couple of years. A number of our members have also
gone on to receive National Colours.