Things To Do in Frontier Country

The Frontier Country region is situated in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Observatory Museum

Where? Grahamstown
If you only have time to visit one museum on your visit to Grahamstown then the Observatory Museum as it is a unique museum which celebrates the beginning of the diamond industry in South Africa. The ...

Visit the Makana Botanical Gardens

Where? Grahamstown
Head off to the Makana Botanical gardens on a week-day morning when few people are around. You can enter after passing through the Rhodes University's Eden Grove. You can hope to see Cape weavers, greater ...

International Library of African Music

Where? Grahamstown
The International Library of African Music, fondly known as ILAM, was established in 1964 and is a researching, publishing and teaching centre for African traditional music. It is not strictly a museum but ...

Lower Blindekloof Hike

Where? Groendal Wilderness
Start: Groendal Wilderness office Finish: Groendal Wilderness office Duration: 11 km (roughly), a circular hike Fitness: relatively fit; the hike is not difficult, but some experience of hiking is ...

Zip Line with Adrenalin Addo

Where? Addo
The Addo region of the Eastern Cape is spectacular for its sprawling bushveld, high blue skies, and gorgeous weather. With Adrenalin Addo, you can enjoy it from new heights (and at new speeds), thanks to the ...

Manley Flats Community Trails

Where? Grahamstown
Start: Radway Green B&B on the R67, 15 km from Grahamstown, 25 km from Bathurst Level: all levels of difficulty Type of route: mostly single track trails through valley bushveld and a dedicated 4x4 jeep ...

Gung-ho Paintball

Where? Grahamstown
Gung-ho Paintball takes groups on an action-packed 3 hours of paintball fun. With a speedball field and a 1.4 hectare bush field complete with trenches, tree house, bridges and rivers, Gung-ho Paintball covers ...

The Grahamstown Cathedral

Where? Grahamstown
The Cathedral of St Michael and St George now known as the Grahamstown Cathedral was built in the 1800’s and first opened its doors in 1830. This is not the original tower and spire the church had as the first ...

1820 Settlers National Monument

Where? Grahamstown
If you’re in Grahamstown and head towards Rhodes University you will find a huge square structure at the top of the hill which is the 1820 Settlers National Monument. The original monument was opened in ...

Visit Kwantu Elephant Sanctuary

Where? Sidbury
Nestled adjacent to the N2 on the way to Grahamstown, only one hour from Port Elizabeth, the Kwantu Elephant Sanctuary lies in a malaria-free area. It is surrounded by natural indigenous bush and is home ...

Grahamstown Farmers Market

Where? Grahamstown
Take a stroll down Somerset Street in Grahamstown and peruse the tremendous farmers market. There is a wide choice of newly picked vegetables, homemade jams and preserves and baked breads, rolls and tasty ...

National English Literary Museum

Where? Grahamstown
The National English Literary Museum gives us the opportunity to promote reading and encourage appreciated of all forms of creative South African literature that is written in English. The museum began in 1972 ...

Addo Market

Where? Addo
The Addo Market operates on the 1st Saturday of each month from 8am to 12 in the Valentine Hall in Addo. Background music is provided by local, self taught pianist Freddie. The market is run by the Womans ...

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