Kalk Bay Harbour Hot

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Kalk Bay Harbour is a lively working harbour and one of the best places to buy fresh fish straight off the boat.

It’s also a great place to take photographs – it’s almost impossible to take a bad picture here!

Photography

Best Time to Photograph
Early morning sunrise.
When the boats come in. Weather depending, but usually around lunchtime.
Type of Photography
  • People
  • Harbour
  • Seascape
Best Time of Year
All year round
Photographic Tips
The fish market and cleaning area is great.
Seals are fed with off cuts.
Recommended Gear
Wide angle lenses and medium telephoto zoom (70-200mm).

Highlights

Site Highlights
Fishing boats landing.
Local fish market.
Stormy seas and crashing waves over harbour walls

Footnotes

Season and Weather
The Capes' seasons are very distinct. Summers are hot and windy, winters are cool and rainy. All the seasons provide good photographic opportunities. Summers can be very wind with the southeaster blowing incessantly.
Winter storms provide dramatic photo opportunities.
Habitats
Other Activities
  • Fishing
  • Fresh Fish for sale

Location

Closest Town
Getting There
Head down Main Road along the False Bay coastline towards Muisenberg, St James and then Kalk Bay. Or catch the train and hop off at Kalk Bay Station.
Address
Kalk Bay Harbour

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Arne Purves
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About
Arne's passion for the environment, wildlife and conservation was instilled from an early age, leading to a career in nature conservation, first as a game ranger in the Natal Parks Board, a conservation officer with CapeNature and today in the City of Cape Town's Environmental Compliance Department. Photography is his creative medium of choice.