Diving the Cape Peninsula and False Bay/Justins Caves

The Dive site Justin’s Caves is an inshore rocky reef in the north Oudekraal area on the Atantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, near Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

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Map showing the North Oudekraal dive site Justin’s Caves.

The site has spectacular topography and colourful ecology, and is justly one of the more popular shore dives of Cape Town.

  • -33.980818.3578831 Justin’s Caves swimthrough: S33°58.848’ E018°21.473’ (Shoreward entrance to main cave)
  • -33.98083318.3583331 Justin’s Caves big rock: S33°58.850’ E018°21.500’ (The highest rock in the group)

The southern and closer inshore group of rocks off the point at North Oudekraal

This site is in the Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area since 2004. A permit is required. It is just inside the Karbonkelberg restricted area.

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