De Kelders Drip Cave Tours

De Kelders Drip Cave is the lowest lying freshwater cave on the African coast and it is steeped in rich history as well as local lore. Part of an ancient cave system, this magical limestone wonder lies hidden in the cliffs of De Kelders and boasts a crystal clear pool with refreshing mineral water, known for its healing properties. Stalactites reach down from the ceiling of the cave, which is home to Cape Horseshoe Bats. This excursion is both beautiful and educational, with a key focus being on preserving this natural wonder for future generations.

Tours cost R250 for 3 people and then R60 for each person thereafter (the rate is the same for children), and lasts between one and one and a half hours.
Booking is essential!

For more information please visit https://xplorio.com/gansbaai/de-kelders-drip-cave-tours/#43268-tour-and-rates or call 082 649 5730

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