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When driving eastwards from Port Elizabeth (maybe for visiting one of the great game reserves) you MUST make a break inmid of the N2-N10-R75 intersection! Have a look at the mom-and-pop grocery store - you will find a nice choice of homemade food products. Make yourself comfortable in the restaurant - inside or, weather permetting, outside. And ask for the key to the toilets: you will never forget the kind of key you get there.
Nanaga is not a town. It is not even a hamlet. It is the body of the spider! The N10, N2 and the R72 intersect at Nanaga, approximately 48km north-east of Port Elizabeth. Nanaga is the name of a farm adjacent to this major intersection of national roads, part of the Greater Addo area and is the wildlife gateway of the Eastern Cape. One of the major reasons why so many travelers stop at Nanaga is because of the Nanaga Farm stall with its lovely homemade pies, roosterkoek and freshly squeezed juice. In addition to that, the central location to attractions in the area is a Bonus,(The Elephant Park, Schotia Safri's, Amakhala, Shamwari, Pumba ect) the unspoilt beauty of the surroundings and the safety of the area has resulted in Nanaga becoming a popular base for travellers to stay over while exploring. We've visited the area for 4 years in a row, and will keep coming back.
Wow, what a beautiful piece of Africa! Mountains, valleys and the sea close by. We absolutely loved our time in Nanaga and felt so relaxed. The farm stall nearby is AMAZING - we put on at least 5 pounds!
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