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

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Explore The Kraal Dive Spot

Where? South End
The Kraal in Algoa Bay is an ideal spot for diving. This safe and easy dive spot is ideal for beginners or those in training. Here you can dive between 6 and 12 metres in depth while admiring the wonders ...

Snorkelling at Devil’s Reef

Where? Port Elizabeth
Devils’ 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 ...

The Old Slipway

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

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 ...

Boogy Boarding at Kidds Beach

Where? Port Alfred
Boogy Boarding - Have fun in the waves at Kellys Beach our blue flag beach in Port Alfred, or have a relaxed drift in the river currents here at Kiddies Beach. Ideal for kids but lots of fun adults too, we ...

Search for the Perfect Wave

Where? St Francis Bay
Surfing film pioneer Bruce Brown hunted the world's perfect surf spots in the 1960's cult film classic ' The Endless Summer'. The tag line; 'The Search for the Perfect Wave'. Featured surf spot; Seal Point, ...

Diving At Evans Peak

Where? South End
Recognized and published as one of the top ten cold water diving sites in the world, Evans Peak is considered one of the most magnificently beautiful diving spots in which to visit. Towered by two peaks, ...

Ship Rock

Where? South End
Head out to the drop off at Ship Rock, North East of Shark Gulley in Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth. The reef looks like the bow of a ship with the gullies creating a V-shape where they meet. You are able to reach ...

Crossroads Reef

Where? Noordhoek
For one of the most interesting deep dives (ranging from 16 to 28 meters), get to Crossroads, just out from Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth. Crossroads can be distinguished by its deep gullies that cross over each ...

Surfing at Seal Point

Where? Cape St Francis
Cape St Francis is a popular spot for surfers from all over the world, who come here to sample the excellent waves and the warm waters. The entire town has a relaxed, surfing village kind of feel to it, making ...

Blackwater Tubing

Where? Storms River
Fancy a day of fun on the river? Tsitsikamma Blackwater Tubing offers an adventure of tubing, swimming, rock jumping and hiking through the Storms River Gorge. Tubing takes place in the Tsitsikamma National ...

Umgazana Canoe Trails

Where? Port St Johns
Enjoy an early morning or afternoon canoe down the river. The Umngazana River hosts one of the largest Red Mangrove rich in birdlife. Soak up the sun as you explore this beautiful estuary. You will be ...

White Sands

Where? South End
For a great dive, with decent depth and the chance of spotting a wide variety of marine life, get to White Sands, in Algoa Bay, Eastern Cape. The reef is made up of wide stretches of sand with a number of ...

The Kowie Canoe Trail

Where? Port Alfred
Canoe trails make for an ideal holiday. The Kowie Canoe Trail will lead you approximately 21kms up the river past attractions such as The Old Wreck, Windy Beach, Rabbit Rocks, Cob Hole, Black Rock, The old ...

Kayak and Lilo Tours

Where? Storms River
Located inside the marine protected Tsitsikamma National Park, at Storms River Mouth we offer you an amazing adventure not to be missed! Starting at the Untouched Adventures shop in the harbour you meet our ...

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