Grahamstown Map

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Map of Grahamstown, Eastern Cape

Grahamstown Map - Grahamstown detail and street level map showing the suburbs, some attractions such as the 1820 Settlers Monument, Albany Museum and other landmarks of Grahamstown. Grahamstown is just off the N2 between Port Elizabeth and Port Alfred and is the home of Rhodes University and the host of one of the country’s longest running and major arts festivals - the National Arts Festival. To find out more please visit Grahamstown Information.

If you are interested in overnighting in the area, we can recommend some great hotels, guest houses and self catering establishments. Find them at Grahamstown Accommodation. If you're only planning on driving through Grahamstown, en-route to another destination, you may want to peruse our Grahamstown Restaurants before you leave to see if you should plan a stop here for lunch or maybe just a coffee. Also check out Grahamstown Things To Do to see if there are any activities for which you would consider stopping.

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Featured Attractions in (or near) Grahamstown

Belmont Golf Club

This is an 18-hole course that is fewer than 10 kilometres from the town centre, nestled in the pretty Belmont Valley; a serene farming community in the heart of the Eastern Cape. The pace is slower, the people are friendly... more information

Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve

The Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve was proclaimed for the sole purpose of conserving the habitat of the largest known anabantid fish (or Eastern Cape rocky - Sandelia bainsii), found in a few isolated areas in the Eastern Cape. The reserve lies roughly 22 kilometres south ... more information

Bucklands Private Game Reserve

Bucklands Private Game Reserve is a Stewart Family conservation initiative which was launched in 2007 culminating from the families deep love of the African continent's splendid diversity and natural beauty found within its wildlife and nature reserves. Terry and Michele's outdoor lifestyles and regular ... more information

Fort Selwyn

Perched on top of Gunfire Hill, which meets the blue African skies in a tranquil display of natural splendour, Fort Selwyn is open to visitors by request only. It is part of the Albany Museum (the second-oldest museum in the country) and situated behind the scenic Rhodes University Campus... more information

Great Fish River Reserve

The spectacularly beautiful Great Fish River Reserve lies in the valley of the Great Fish River, between the town of Grahamstown and Fort Beaufort, extending eastwards all the way to the Kieskama River. It is a malaria-free area of enormous potential that has managed thus far to remain largely off the major ... more information

Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

Kwandwe, translated as 'place of the blue crane' in isiXhosa, flanks both the north and south banks of the Great Fish River, near Grahamstown, roughly two hours' from Port Elizabeth. The 22 000 hectare reserve is home to thousands of animals that include the Big Five, cheetah ... more information

Makana Botanical Gardens

The Makana Botanical Gardens, said to be the second oldest such gardens in South Africa and a national monument, lie adjacent to the Rhodes University campus in Grahamstown. They were established way back in 1853 and were the second garden established in the Cape Colony at the time. Given the beauty ... more information

Pumba Game Reserve

Lying in a particularly breathtaking setting that includes five of the world’s seven biomes, Pumba Private Game Reserve has a couple of major advantages: one, it is set in a malaria-free part of the Eastern Cape, and two, it provides really easy access to big game viewing, including the Big Five, making travelling to ... more information

Rhodes University

Rhodes University was established in 1904 in response to a growing need for tertiary education and a lack of facilities and funds in smaller institutions around the Eastern Cape Province. Over the generations, it has continued to grow, enjoying its present reputation as one of South Africa’s top... more information

Thomas Baines Nature Reserve

The Thomas Baines Nature Reserve is situated 12km from Grahamstown. The Thomas Baines Reserve is named after the famous 19th Century artist who left a valuable record of the rich diversity of fauna and flora in the region, including the now-extinct quagga. The nature reserve boasts an impressive herd ... more information

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See Things To Do in Grahamstown or check out Things To Do in Frontier Country for things to do in neighbouring towns. If you are looking for a specific type of thing to do, search Things To Do in Eastern Cape by category (includes museums, watersports, wine-tastings, etc).

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