The small village of Jongensfontein is an ideal resort for simply relaxing while 10 km to the east, on a river mouth, Stilbaai offers activities like boating on the estuary and deep sea fishing. Close by is the settlement of Melkhoutfontein, where there are the first botanical gardens to be run by a previously disadvantaged community.

The Garden Route from Stilbaai through Mossel Bay and on to George, Wilderness, Knysna and Tsitsikamma is a magnificent stretch of coastline hosting southern rights in their season, humpbacks between May and December and Bryde's whales all year round. Even killer whales are occasionally spotted.
The steps of prehistoric nab can be marvelled at the ancient fish traps which are visible at low tide. Tame eels are fed at 11h00 daily at the historic homestead, Palinggat.
Climate in Still Bay

Although the popularity of Stilbaai as one of the best tourist destinations on the Garden Route is growing at an ever-increasing rate, it maintains its characteristics as a pollution-free, safe and peaceful destination. It has long stretches of white sandy beaches, mild weather and a river which is navigable for 15 km.

The weather is ideal for holiday making with moderate temperatures, and beautiful sunshine days.

Temperatures fluctuate between 20°C and 28ºC on average in summer and between 12ºC and 20ºC on average in winter. Rainfall averages 639,2 mm per annum. 
Stilbaai Golf Club

Stilbaai Golf Club proudly presents members and visiting players with a course that is not only situated in beautiful surroundings, with a view of the ocean from every tee, but is maintained with the consevation of indigenous fauna and flora in mind.

The management of this club straives to present a well-maintained course that will be thoroughly enjoyable to all players regardless of their handicap.


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