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

Destinations in Eastern Cape

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Diving at Chelsea

Where? Noordhoek
Taking a trip out to the popular diving spot, Chelsea in Noordhoek, Port Elizabeth, is well worth it. Rays lie in the sand waiting for a tasty treat while sharks patrol the area well away from the divers. ...

Sukkelpoort 4x4 Trail

Where? Joubertina
The Kouga Region of the Eastern Cape Province is one that remains quiet, undisturbed by industrial and commercial development. One of the best ways to experience the serenity and unspoilt quality of the region ...

Sunrise-on-Sea to Kwelera River Mouth Trail

Where? Gonubie
Start: Sunrise-on-Sea Finish: Kwelera Mouth (or back at Sunrise-on-Sea) Duration: 6 km out or 12 km return Fitness: easy, and good for children Our tip: leave plenty of time to explore the beaches en ...

Happy Hippo Play Farm

Where? Jeffreys Bay
The Afrikaans word for a hippopotamus is “seekoei”, which translates directly to “sea cow”. The Seekoei River, just outside Jeffrey’s Bay in the Eastern Cape, is the beautiful object of the Happy Hippo vista ...

Go for a stroll in Victoria Park

Where? Walmer
Spend a summer’s afternoon in the tranquil Victoria Park. Located along Victoria Park Drive, next to the Victoria Park Primary and High Schools in South End, the Park is a gem of landscaping. The park ...

Visit The Kalkkop Crater

Where? Graaff Reinet
Visit the crater that was created when a 20 meter wide meteorite crashed into earth over 250,000 years ago. Close to Kendrew, roughly 50 kilometers from Graaff Reinet you will find this historic site. This ...

Martello Tower

Where? Fort Beaufort
The Martello Tower in Fort Beaufort is a little garrison dating back to the nineteenth century during the Napoleonic Wars. Many Martello’s were built in several different countries, with two of them being in ...

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 ...

Numbers Dance Club

Where? East London
Numbers Dance Club is reputed to be amongst the most frequented night clubs in East London, playing host to international DJ’s and acts since its inception on the local night scene. This up-market night ...

Lets go Fly a Kite

Where? Port Alfred
'Go fly a kite' has never been quite such a wondrous expression. High quality professional and recreational kites custom made from parachute and paraglider fabric with light and durable carbon frames are ...

Daggaboer Farm Stall

Where? Cradock
The Daggaboer Farm Stall initially started off as an outlet for handmade sheepskin slippers and delicious (filled or plain) roosterkoek. The Daggaboer Farm Stall still sells both sheepskin slippers and ...

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 ...

Burnside Touch Farm

Where? East London
Burnside Touch Farm - Where strangers become friends! This is a fun place to bring the whole family to get closer to nature, situated on a quiet farm only 9.5km from beacon bay on the N6. You can feed the ...

Areena Quays Restaurant

Where? Cintsa
Based along the Wild Coast, Areena Quays at the Areena Riverside Resort is a tranquil family restaurant that offers a picturesque setting. Areena is mainly a lunch and early dinner destination, with an ...

Spandau Kop Walks

Where? Graaff-Reinet
The Camdeboo National Park, previously known as the Karoo Nature Reserve, completely surrounds the town of Graaff-Reinet, and it is in turn dominated by the two gloriously unusual geological formations of ...

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