This amazing beach stretches for 18kms along the coastal edge of Walker Bay Nature Reserve.
The sands are beautifully white and here you can see the characteristic morning fog slowly burning away to the left.
The scene is idyllic and the water looks incredible, crystal clear azure seas, but heck the water was cold in January when it was at 15º. Most people were paddling only and I managed just fifteen bracing minutes before coming out needing a hot coffee! Yet the air temperature was already in the high thirties and the sand baking hot. I even managed to burn myself trying to warm up.