In the Eastern Cape 

Travelling in the diverse Eastern Cape

The Tsitsikamma, Frontier Country, The Amatolas, The Great Karoo, The Drakensberg, The Wild Coast and The Sunshine Coast.

Adventure awaits in the Tsitsikamma, a multi-dimensional destination of forest walks, hiking, canoe and mountain biking trails, snorkeling and diving adventures, tree canopy walks, helicopter flips and much, much more.  The Frontier Country, the historic heartland of the Eastern Cape has its own rich heritage to share – of conflict and strife, of bravery and Settler resilience, of old-age architecture and beautiful gardens.  Mother Nature beckons your soul in the mountains and forests of the Amatolas and the Bavianskloof.  The Milky Way stretched across an inky night sky in the Great Karoo towers over a rich palaeontological heritage littered with dinosaur fossils.  Its thirsty plains present the richest selection of desert flora in the world and the largest variety of succulents.  The Cape Drakensberg Mountains in the East are home to sparkling trout streams, rolling grasslands, deep ravines and magnificent vistas.  With almost 2,000 kms. of coastline the Province offers the golden sand dune lined beaches of the Sunshine Coast; the perfect surfing waves of Jeffrey’s Bay; the wild, unspoiled beaches and timeless rocky shores of the Wild Coast.  

  

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But that is not all. Africa would not be Africa without its wildlife and here vast stretches of once arable farmland have been turned into superb private Game Reserves. Whether it is luxury or simplicity you are seeking, whether it's the Big 5 or the Little 5, there is something out there for you.  Oh, I almost forgot - one of the Eastern Cape’s premier assets is the Addo Elephant Park, home to not only one of the densest elephant populations on earth (over 450) but also to the unique flightless dung beetle.

So, we invite you to add a few days to your trip to savour our secrets and engage with our people. Our roads are long but less travelled, our towns are small and friendly and we know that you will be overwhelmed with our beautiful garden. We are perfectly set up for the ultimate self drive holiday in South Africa!