Kraalbaai House Boats
The Kraalbaai HouseBoats are located in the West Coast National Park (SANParks), exactly at the shore of the Langebaan Lagoon. Kraalbaai is approximately an hour drive from Cape Town, South Africa. There are four houseboats at Kraalbaai (The Larus, Eve, The Eden and The Nirvana Houseboat). Guests get ferried to and from their houseboats during their stay at Kraalbaai. The houseboats are ideal for couples, groups of friends or colleagues as well as families. This unique experience gives guests the opportunity of "living on the water" with stunning lagoon views and all nature has to offer on your doorstep. The houseboats have the romantic and cozy feel to them-this makes them perfect for honeymooners too. Guests can take part in water activities right in front of their houseboats. The Kraalbaai HouseBoats are self catering but guests can be catered for on request. Guests are given the space to further explore the area by taking nature/ beach walks or going on a sunset cruise. The houseboats have wifi and cell phone reception. All the necessary braai utilities are available, plus the houseboats have fully equipped kitchens.
There’s a lot that guests can do when visiting Kraalbaai as it is in the West Coast National Park -the untouched nature reserve with a variety of activities such as birding, marine activities, game sightings and biking. Guests can also have a picnic with a view in the park with their loved ones. Biodiversity is very crucial in the West Coast National Park as the park was mainly established to protect the Langebaan Lagoon and surrounding landscapes, as well as the islands in Saldanha Bay, and stretches from Yzerfontein to Langebaan. As Kraalbaai is inside a national park, no motorized activities are allowed - this includes launching your own boat into the water.
*Children are allowed, but do count as adults towards the max allowed regardless of age and remain the responsibility of the parents and/or Gradians at all times.
Activities at Kraalbaai House Boats
Nature Walkmore info
Sunset Cruisemore info
Marine Activitiesmore info
Accommodation options at Kraalbaai House Boats
Larus HouseboatgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
The Larus Houseboat in Kraalbaai can stay up to 6 people in 3 cabins. It has a well-equipped, open plan kitchen and dining area with a braai facility. The main …
from R 3600 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
Nirvana HouseboatgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
The Nirvana Houseboat can sleep up to 24 guests on its upper and lower deck. It is stylishly finished and would be perfect corporate groups, family holidays, sp…
from R 16000 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
The Eden HouseboatgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
Kraalbaai's Eden House boat, gives guests more of a Boat like feel for the ideal experience of sleeping on the water. The Boathouse sleeps 4 guests (2 adults an…
from R 2900 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
Serenity House BoatgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
The Serenity House Boat can accommodate a maximum of 6 people. The house boat has two rooms, one has a double bed and the other room has two single beds, that c…
from R 3900 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
Eve House BoatgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
The Eve House boat at Kraalbaai is a must for unwinding in a beautiful setting. With its stylish design and finishes, the house boat has 2 bedrooms - one with a…
from R 4700 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
How to get there
Cape Town International Aiport
Kraalbaai, West Coast National Park, Langebaan, 7354
Check in at Kraalbaai House Boats
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Kraalbaai House Boats
10:00 on day of departure
The seclusion and tranquility on water is everything. Enjoyed the fishing, kayak, and braai. A great getaway place to get away from just everything...
Unique and lovely
We loved the boathouse. It’s something unique and so relaxing
Kraalbaai House Boats impact highlights
The Kraalbaai House Boats celebrate low-impact and encourage guests to enjoy the West Coast National Park in a way that connects you to the ocean and the biodiversity that exists there.