Things To Do in Salem

Salem is situated in Frontier Country, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Things To Do in Salem

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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 ...

Boschberg MTB Trails

Where? Somerset East
The Eastern Cape remains the quietest and least developed of all South African provinces. However, it offers visitors plenty in the way of things to do and see, which is often best done from the saddle of a ...

Gung-ho Paintball

Where? Grahamstown
Gung-ho Paintball takes groups on an action-packed 3 hours of paintball fun. With a speedball field and a 1.4 hectare bush field complete with trenches, tree house, bridges and rivers, Gung-ho Paintball covers ...

Observatory Museum

Where? Grahamstown
If you only have time to visit one museum on your visit to Grahamstown then the Observatory Museum as it is a unique museum which celebrates the beginning of the diamond industry in South Africa. The ...

Day Trip in Kwantu Game Reserve

Where? Sidbury
Day Trips at Kwantu Private Game Reserve are nothing less than an experience to behold. Welcomed at the beautiful Day Centre, overlooking the Hippo Dam, guests can enjoy the sight of animals at the watering ...

Haricots Deli & Bistro

Where? Grahamstown
The emphasis is on food at Haricots is simple, delicious and of very high quality and the wine list is one of the most comprehensive and discerning in Grahamstown. Situated at The French Quarter in New ...

Groendal Wilderness Area hikes

Where? Groendal Wilderness Area
Start: just north west of Uitenhage Finish: it varies Duration: network of trails Fitness: the major hikes are strenuous, but there are easy walks as well Our tip: don't attempt the unmarked trails without ...

Visit Kwantu Elephant Sanctuary

Where? Sidbury
Nestled adjacent to the N2 on the way to Grahamstown, only one hour from Port Elizabeth, the Kwantu Elephant Sanctuary lies in a malaria-free area. It is surrounded by natural indigenous bush and is home ...

Visit the Makana Botanical Gardens

Where? Grahamstown
Head off to the Makana Botanical gardens on a week-day morning when few people are around. You can enter after passing through the Rhodes University's Eden Grove. You can hope to see Cape weavers, greater ...

Oldest Official Letterbox in South Africa

Where? Grahamstown
When was the last time you posted a letter or send a postcard? In today’s world it is all electronic and instant, but one can’t forget the excitement of receiving mail from the post office, be it a birthday ...

Cory Library For Historical Research

Where? Grahamstown
The Cory Library is found at Rhodes University and collects materials of all kinds to support research into the history of South Africa, related fields in the social sciences and the preservation of Eastern ...

The Grahamstown Cathedral

Where? Grahamstown
The Cathedral of St Michael and St George now known as the Grahamstown Cathedral was built in the 1800’s and first opened its doors in 1830. This is not the original tower and spire the church had as the first ...

Kumbula Indigenous Nursery

Where? Bathurst
Kumbula Indigenous Nursery is situated in the picturesque 1820 Settler village of Bathurst, in the Eastern Cape. Our first aim is to promote the use of indigenous plants and non-invasive gardening practices, ...

History Museum

Where? Grahamstown
The History Museum originally focused only on the contribution of the 1820 British Settlers and their descendents but it now is all encompassing and includes history of the people who live or have lived in the ...

The Provost Prison

Where? Grahamstown
This was built in 1838 as a military prison in the Drostdy grounds when Sir Benjamin d’Urban, who was Governor of the Cape Colony, instructed the royal engineers to plan a “fortified barrack establishment”. ...

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