Beautiful beaches you will love!

A trip to a beautiful beach is a perfect way to escape the daily routine.  We’ve put together some of the most beautiful beaches to visit in Australia, Cape Town and Kenya.  Whether you’re in the mood for a walk on a windswept beach or want to relax on a sandy spot of paradise there are beaches that will inspire everyone.


Nudey Beach, once a nude bathing beach, was named the country’s number one beach in 2018.  The small stretch of pristine white sand and coral beach lays on the shores of Fitzroy Island, a large tropical, continental island. The island is nestled amongst the Great Barrier Reef, surrounded by coral and rich colourful marine life and is covered in tropical rainforest.

Horrocks Beach represents nature at its very best, offering opportunities to enjoy and engage in, in every activity imaginable in a beach environment for all ages.  Horrocks Beach is a hidden jewel tucked quietly in the windswept sands of the longest coastline of any state.  This tidy cray fishing village is a favourite holiday playground for tourists from far and wide.

Dreamtime Beach leaves beach goers feeling extremely reflective.  It’s full of wonderment as a stunning stretch of sand to relax on and really celebrate the senses, refresh the spirit and experience a superb gift of nature in a seemingly far away setting.  This delightful long quiet beach is a gentle curving beach with generous vegetation surroundings.

Cossies Beach should be on everyone’s holiday agenda.  This perfect tropical island offers exquisite white sandy beaches, shady shelters, wood-fired BBQs, eco toilets, wifi and walking trails.  The beach has a diverse marine life of vivid fish, corals, reef sharks, and parrotfish.  The island is a favourite anchorage for visiting round-the-world yachts. and safe snorkelling.

Cape Town

At Boulders Beach in Simons Town you can get up close to a colony of African Penguins who love to waddle around and swim at the beach. Boardwalks lead you across the beaches to a SANParks information centre to learn more about the conservation of these birds.

Camps Bay Beach is where visitors and locals come to see and be seen. You can cool off in the waves or head to the natural tidal pool for a swim. There are many stylish sundowner venues overlooking the bay which offers bars, shops and restaurants.

Blouberg Beach in Bloubergstrand is 20 minutes’ drive from Cape Town and is one of the world’s most popular kitesurfing destinations.  The beach offers surfing, windsurfing and other sports. There are amazing views across the Atlantic Ocean to Table Mountain standing proudly in the horizon.

Bikini Beach is situated in the small coastal town of Gordon’s Bay, it supposedly got its name from female students who frequent the beach in bikinis. The beach is tucked up against the Gordon’s Bay harbour wall and is sheltered from the summer southerly winds. Bikini Beach is a surfer’s dream!  The sandy beach offers warm water and lifeguards during peak season.


The locals call Malindi Beach ‘Little Italy’ due to the large population of Italian tourists. Anglers love to visit during the deep-sea fishing season, while water sports enthusiasts are present year-round to snorkel, water-ski and scuba dive. The club scene comes alive after dark.

Shanzu Beach is a secluded beach that sparkles like a million tiny jewels under the dazzling sunlight. The coral reef starts at the shoreline and the coconut palms form the backdrop to the beach. It is perfect for passive beach holidays; besides a trip to Fort Jesus, there are no adrenaline-stirring adventures.

Lamu Beach is the land of dhow sailing, a cultural tradition in Lamu. Dhows are the cheapest mode of transport to ferry people to nearby islands.  You can set sail and watch the sunset in the deep sea, or cruise to the marine park to snorkel and swim with dolphins.  To really relax, spend the night at sea on a luxurious dhow after a sumptuous meal of freshly caught fish.

Tiwi Beach is a real hidden gem.  Tiwi is one of the best snorkelling spots in Kenya.  You can touch the coral reef as you walk along the shores of the beach. It is loved by visitors and locals, particularly those from Nairobi.

Nyali Beach, a short distance from Mombasa, is well developed and appeals to holidaymakers who don’t want to wander far from urbanisation. The beach is close to Mombasa Marine Park, where you can go snorkelling. You can also opt to view the marine life through a glass-bottomed boat. These are but a few of the many famous golden beaches and warm waters.  Whether you want to sit and watch the sun set or take to the waves for some surfing fun, contact us, we will assist and guide you in the right direction to plan a beautiful beach holiday of your choice.

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