New development in Dana bay with sea view and indoor braai.
The village forms the west boundary of the Garden Route District, Western Cape, South Africa. Dana Bay lies approximately halfway between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town and is a mere 4 kilometers off the N2 highway. The central part of Mossel Bay is about 12 kilometers from Dana Bay.
The bay frequently plays host to the Bride's whale. From June to late October the southern right whale and humpback whale can be spotted quite often.
Limestone fynbos is rich in species and supports among the highest numbers of endemic species in the entire Cape floristic region. Because of its conservancy status, bush buck, steenbok, mongooses and Cape francolins roam freely in Dana Bay; and the prolific bird life, which includes a colony of black oyster catchers and over 85 other bird species, adds to the tranquility and beauty of the coastline and incredible views of beach and horizon.