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About Stilbaai Fish Traps

Ancient rock pool fish traps, built by the Khoisan up to 3000 years ago, visible at low tide.

These traps are still being regularly maintained, extended and utilized by a group of local enthusiasts.

Five minutes from Stilbaai with parking close to the beach. Good afternoon for kids and adults alike. See if you can spot an octopus and remember to take fish nets for the kids!

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Reviews for Stilbaai Fish Traps

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Nicola Brand
13 April 2016

Once or twice during our visits to Stillbay we take our boys snorkeling here - they love to watch the fish and other creatures. There are never more than a few people on the beach - bliss!

inge thompson
29 March 2016

Nice and quite beach for a walk

Mari-Lo Gouws
04 February 2015


John Samson
09 November 2012

I enjoyed this outing almost as much as my kids. Saw an octopus and the kids caught numerous 'fishies' with their nets. You can relax on the beach ortake a walk through the adjacent nature reserve.

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