Accommodation in Kini Bay, Port Elizabeth
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The pretty coastal hamlet of Kini Bay lies on the Sunshine Coast between Algoa Bay and Jeffreys Bay just 15 minutes’ drive from Port Elizabeth. Yet it has a distinct sense of isolation and charm that make it so attractive to visitors.
Kini Bay has no shops or industry to speak of. Rather it is a quaint sprinkling of beach cottages and homes that form a residential area that allows those who visit here a refuge from the hurly burly of city living, yet maintains its link with Port Elizabeth, allowing easy day trips into the city. The unassuming Kini Bay village is virtually surrounded by natural vegetation in the heart of various conservancies that give one generous access to monkeys, buck and pretty walks through the ... [continued]