Eastern Cape Things To Do

Situated between Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal, the Eastern Cape is the second largest of South Africa's 9 provinces. Show on Map

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South Africa Things To DoThings To Do in the Eastern Cape

The second largest province in the country, the Eastern Cape has a diversity that extends across landscapes ranging from the desert of the Great Karoo to the pounding waves of the Wild Coast. The selection of adventure includes the world’s biggest waves, the only snow slopes on the continent, and the highest bungee-jump in the southern hemisphere. The highlights of the Eastern Cape are without doubt the Addo Elephant Park, the Grahamstown National Arts Festival, and the surfing capital of Jeffreys Bay. But don’t forget the hidden treasures of Cape St Francis, Kaaiman's River Bridge, the Owl House and the Apple Express.

Salt River Mouth Hiking Trail

Where? Natures Valley
Start: near the tea room in Natures Valley Finish: circular route Duration: 5 kms Fitness: moderate Our tip: get your map and permit from the office at De Vasselot campsite Natures Valley takes you into ...

Hacklewood Hill Country House Restaurant

Where? Walmer
The Restaurant at Hacklewood is one of sheer sophistication, celebrating all thing superb. Fresh ingredients and international techniques are used to achieve only the highest quality, assuring each diner of a ...

Day Safari at Amakhala Game Reserve

Where? Amakhala
Guided by experienced rangers on open Land Rovers, Amakhala Game Reserve offers a day safari aimed at providing visitors with an experience of the diverse wildlife and landscape including: The Big 5, Black ...

Whale Watching In The Eastern Cape

Where? Bluewater Bay
Between July and December of every year, the Eastern Cape coastline is frequented by Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales. These animals glide past the shore; breaching, lobtailing and spy-hopping as ...

Amathole Museum

Where? King Williams Town
The Amatole Mountain Range stands tall and proud over King William’s Town in the South African province of the Eastern Cape. This part of the country is quiet, not frequented by large groups of tourist or ...

Somerset East Museum

Where? Somerset East
Somerset East is a small town in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, established in 1825. As such, it is bursting with history, both local and colonial, and exudes a unique charm of its own, despite ...

Visit the Oldest Licensed Pub in South Africa

Where? Bathurst
Visit the Oldest Licensed Pub in South Africa at the Pig and Whistle Hotel in Bathurst in the Eastern Cape. There is so much history in this old Pub one can spend hours in silence or listen to all the stories ...

The Kowie Canoe Trail

Where? Port Alfred
Canoe trails make for an ideal holiday. The Kowie Canoe Trail will lead you approximately 21kms up the river past attractions such as The Old Wreck, Windy Beach, Rabbit Rocks, Cob Hole, Black Rock, The old ...

The Deck Restaurant And Bar

Where? Morgans Bay
For a top quality meal, why not visit the Deck Restaurant and Bar at the Morgan Bay Hotel. Sit and enjoy panoramic views of the Wild Coast and Indian Ocean while enjoying a cocktail or sumptuous meal. ...

Visit the St Croix Motor Museum

Where? Port Elizabeth
If you are interested in vintage and classic vehicles, then pay a visit to the St. Croix Motor Museum on Mowbray Street in Newton Park. The Museum displays a private collection of vintage and classic vehicles ...

Cape St Francis Lighthouse

Where? Cape St Francis
Boasting the tallest masonry tower on the South African coast, the Cape St Francis lighthouse, called such as it lies above the generous bay early Portuguese navigators christened such, actually lies on a ...

Spargo's

Where? Greenacres
Spargo’s is all about great food, an excellent variety and friendly service. Situated right across the road from Greenacres Shopping Centre, it is central. There is a small dining area inside the restaurant ...

The Food Shed

Where? Port Elizabeth
The Food Shed is open on the first Friday evening of each month from 5pm - 9pm and at night is transformed into a wonderland of lights in the garden. It is an undercover mainly food market at the beautifully ...

Katberg Hiking Trail

Where? Winterberg
Start: Katberg Forest Station Finish: circular trail Duration: 40 km if doing the trail: 2/3 days, otherwise 1 to 4 hours Fitness: various but the constant inclines and declines are not for the unfit Our ...

Visit the biggest Pineapple in the World

Where? Bathurst
Bathurst is in the heart of one of the biggest pineapple growing areas in South Africa. Located on the outskirts of Bathurst just off the R67, only 15km from Port Alfred, is where you will find the world's ...

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