The Dassie Trail

Hiking Trails / Walks & Hiking in or near East London, Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in East LondonThe Dassie Trail

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Where? Nahoon Estuary Nature Reserve, Nahoon, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa

When? Daily from 09h00 to 16h00.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in East London, in Eastern Cape

A rather easy two kilometre trail, the Dassie Trail through the Nahoon Estuary Nature Reserve in East London should take you about an hour or so, depending on whether you walk it or stroll.

And there are many reasons to take it slow, not least of which is the possible sighting of the Narina Trogon, which will please avide birders.

The start of the trail begins at the Visitor Centre and meanders through the forest to an open, muddy area surrounded by beautiful mangrove trees, however most of this very easy trail is on a boardwalk.

Tree labels and numerous useful information boards make it an educational experience for youngsters who will find the walk quite doable.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in East London

John Bailie Guest Lodge

Guest House

John Bailie Guest Lodge

John Bailie Guest Lodge is centrally situated, close to a multitude of East London attractions. The Guest Lodge has six ... more

theSolution BnB

Bed & Breakfast

theSolution BnB

theSolution BnB overlooks a sub-tropical valley that runs down to the Nahoon River. Centrally located, the establishment ... more

Oceanway Accommodation

Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering

Oceanway Accommodation

Oceanway Accommodation offers two annex rooms and a bachelor flat close to the beach and within close proximity of a ... more

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