Logies Bay


The dive site Logies Bay is a shoreline rocky reef in the Llandudno area on the Atlantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, near Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

The location is the bay to the right of Llandudno beach. It is easy to see from the car park above the turnoff to Llandudno when coming from Camps Bay. The difference between this bay and the main Llandudno bay is remarkable: whereas the main bay is a beach with the sand extending into deep water, the Logies Bay is full of kelp and rough boulders with no sand in sight. Furthermore, whereas Llandudno has a popular surfing wave, the small rocky headland tends to protect this bay and it is rare to see much of a swell come in.

This site is in the Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area since 2004. A permit is required. The site is within the Karbon

These areas are situated along the South African Coast and are accessible to the public and are known dive locations to the locals from in and around the area, please respect their local fauna and flora, remember limit your catch and don’t catch your limit.