Eastern Cape Water Sport

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


Snorkelling at Devilís Reef

Where? Port Elizabeth
Devilsí Reef is located on the Port Elizabeth beach front, opposite the Marine Hotel; there is easy access from the storm water pipe, pointing out to sea. The colourful reef is about 100m off shore. Two ...

Diving At Riy Banks

Where? Summerstrand
For the more experienced thrill seeking divers, Riy Banks is a popular choice among the diving community. It is best known for its deep drop offs and small valleys and passages in which to swim through. ...

Boardalign Wakeboarding

Where? Port Edward
If you are a boardrider who loves surfing in uncrowded surf spots in boardshorts and wakeboarding behind a phat wake on protected, flat, warm water... you have just found heaven! Learn to wakeboard ...

Boat and Lilo Up The Storms River

Where? Storms River
Explore the Storms River in a unique way. Hop on the 14 seater speed boat and take a trip across the Tsitsikamma ocean to the suspension bridge. From here the group will get off the boat and get on their ...

The Old Slipway

Where? Humewood
Previously constructed as a dry dock near Port Elizabeth harbour to service tugboats in the 1800ís, the old steel slipway and a number of pylons are all that remain and has created an easy and exciting ...

River Rafting on the Kraai

Where? Barkly East / Rhodes
In the summer the rivers around Barkly East and Rhodes flow well and the water is warm - perfect for a day of paddling. Join Wild Mountain Adventures on inflatable river rafts for an unforgettable experience ...

Kleinemonde West River Canoe Trail

Where? Kleinemonde
Are you after a holiday or weekend trip that offers a bit of exercise too? Try a canoe trail. The Kleinmonde West River Canoe Trail is situated about 15km from Port Alfred (on the R72) towards East London ...

Learn To Surf With African Heartland Journeys

Where? Cintsa
Learning to surf? Join African Heartland Journeys Surf School and learn to surf on a 15km stretch of uncrowded beach. Operating from Buccaneers Backpackers, you are on the doorstep of a number of ideal ...

Ocean Xtreme

Where? Cintsa
The Indian Ocean laps the Eastern Cape coastline of South Africa for mile after beautiful mile. These warm sea waters are home to so many wonderfully exciting marine species, including whales. Ocean Xtreme is ...

Visit The Nqweba Dam

Where? Graaff Reinet
The Nqweba Dam is a fantastic spot to visit for the day or a weekend. Covering a total area of 1000 hectares at its fullest, this dam is popular among anglers and water sports enthusiasts. Just north of the ...

Diving at Avalanche Reef

Where? Noordhoek
Just off the Wildside in Noordhoek, Port Elizabeth you will come across Avalanche, a popular dive site featuring overhangs and profound crevices. This rough reef has a length of 150 to 200 meters and reaches ...

Jeffreys Bay Surf Museum

Where? Jeffreys Bay
Stop anyone with a wetsuit tan, anywhere in the world and ask 'Excuse me where is the number one surf spot in South Africa?' and despite a lifetime of overexposure to saltwater between their ears their answer ...

Mermaid's Pool

Where? East London
East London has quite a diving scene, albeit small. Two of their top dive sites are Three Sisters, and Mermaidís Pool at Nahoon Reef (beyond the turnoff to Nahoon beach). When visibility is good this little ...

Explore Suicide Reef

Where? Noordhoek
Explore the caves, overhangs and numerous drop offs of Suicide Reef, Just off of Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth. On a calm day this is an ideal spot, popular amongst spear fishermen. Reaching depths of up to ...

Three Sisters Dive Site

Where? East London
Two of East Londonís top diving sites are Mermaidís Pool, at Nahoon Reef, and Three Sisters reef, about 1 km offshore of Bonza Bay beach, up the coast towards East London from Mermaidís Pool. You will need ...

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