Pelican Point Lodge: Information from the owner
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About this information
All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own full report on Pelican Point Lodge, which contains our own observations and views.
- Last updated by Owner
- 10 Dec 2019
Facilities at Pelican Point Lodge
- Property facilities
- 24-hour Security, Bar, Eco Friendly, Internet Access, Malaria Free, Meal on Request, Mobile Connectivity, Restaurant, Secure Parking
- Room facilities
- Balcony / Deck, Clothes Press, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Dressing Gowns, En-Suite, Fireplace, Heater, Internet, Lounge Area, Mini Bar, Pure Cotton Linen, Safe, Shower, Tea / Coffee
- Activities on site
- Bird Watching, Fine Dining, High Tea, Surfing, Walks, Whale Watching, Windsurfing
- Nearby activities
- Beach, Bird Watching, Cultural Tours, Fishing, General Sightseeing, Historical Tours, Hot-air Ballooning, Kayaking / Paddling, Marine Adventures, Marine Tidal Pool, Museums, Paragliding, Quad Biking, Scuba Diving, Sea Kayaking, Sky Diving, Water Skiing, Whale Watching
Room types at Pelican Point Lodge
All our suites are spacious, decorated in a warm contemporary style and furnished with a queen size bed. The rooms are designed to make use of the beautiful views even whilst showering.
The former harbor control tower is transformed into the Penthouse Suite (Captains' Cove Suite) on the 3rd floor. Offering privacy, unique 360° views, elevated bath and queensize bed and a huge private sundeck.
All our suites are spacious, decorated in a warm contemporary style and designed to make use of the beautiful views even whilst showering. Both suites are situated on ground floor with direct access to the beach. Convertible to family suites.
Activities at Pelican Point Lodge
Walk to the old Jetty to observe seals and the birdlife and to photograph their activities, or to witness the changes in the scenery of the Bay and the distant dunes as the day progresses.
With over 6 km of sandbank waiting to be explored, there is plenty to see at close quarters. Stroll
2.5 km to the end of the peninsula and discover intriguing small desert dwellers, the huge flocks of playful seals, chanting seagulls and curious jackals sniffing around. A shorter walk leads to the old rusty jetty for a different slant on the seals and birds, and perhaps a picnic lunch. And at the end of the day, watch the dying sun drop ever more rapidly below the horizon in a blaze of glory. Take the opportunity of a lifetime and broaden your understanding and appreciation of the natural world
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