Tag: Eastern Cape

9 Best things to do in the Eastern Cape

The Best things to do in the Eastern Cape The second largest province in South Africa by area, and the third largest by population, the Eastern Cape is an unsung treasure with an abundance of things to do, as well as a great destination for a road trip.  We especially love the nature, wildlife and […]

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Addo Elephant National Park : Everything You Need To Know

Addo Elephant National Park It began as a small sanctuary to just 11 elephants in 1931. Today, Addo Elephant National Park has grown into the third-largest national park in South Africa, home to over 600 roaming elephants. But it’s not only elephants who reside here. Cape buffalo, wild antelope, and the extremely rare black rhino […]

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9 Things to do in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) + Day Trips

Things to do in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) Gqeberha is a beautiful city in the Eastern Cape on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Part of the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality, it is also known as the windy city or the friendly city - although I prefer the latter moniker. Although it is not as popular as […]

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Exploring Cape Country Routes with the Supertubes Collection in Jeffreys Bay

Review: Cape Country Routes - Supertubes Guest House Collection in Jeffreys Bay Stop anyone with a wet suit anywhere in the world and ask them where the number one surf spot in South Africa is and their answer will be an emphatic 'J-Bay!'. Jeffreys Bay, affectionately known as J-Bay, is a surfer’s paradise in the […]

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Hlosi Game Lodge - where the lions roar

Hlosi Game Lodge Review As dusk gave way to darkness, we hurtled across the rough terrain in our Land Cruiser in search of the lion that had been spotted there earlier.  He had been evading us for a while. Suddenly, we stopped. There he sat majestically, staring into the distance, mere metres away from us. […]

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Sea views and stylish living at Radisson Blu Port Elizabeth

Radisson Blu Port Elizabeth Review Port Elizabeth has much going in its favour. The friendly city on the Sunshine Coast is located on the shores of the Indian Ocean and is part of the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality. Home to twenty Blue Flag Beaches, it is also referred to as the ‘Water sport capital of Africa.’ […]

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