The Eastern Cape is located on the south-eastern coast of South Africa. This region is known for its natural beauty, rough seas, dense green bush, beautiful beaches, and rugged cliffs. Eastern Cape's spectacular 800km coastline is a must-see for those who love nature. Known for the jewel of the Eastern Cape, the Wild Coast, which provides breathtaking, and unspoilt scenery.
Why choose the Eastern Cape as a destination?
Unmatched coastal beauty.
World-renowned surfing spot, Jeffries Bay.
Travelling inland, there is Addo Elephant National Park, another beautiful nature reserve that is a must-see, and lies within a malaria-free zone.
Home to not only the Big 5, but the Big 7; lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhino, great white shark, and southern right whale.
For those looking for a rich cultural experience, Eastern Cape is home to the Xhosa people.
The 800km coastline, leaves a vast amount of unspoilt, uncrowded, and beautiful beaches to be enjoyed.
You can visit the Nelson Mandela Museum in Qunu, where the famous past President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela was born.
Explore and find South African hidden gems such as 'The Hole in the Wall' at Coffee Bay and Tsitsikamma Forest.
With an abundance of activities to do, beautiful coastal landscapes as far as the eye can see, wildlife sightings, and world-class surf breaks, the Eastern Cape is an ideal holiday destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Wild Coast
Addo Elephant Park
World class surfing at
addo elephant park
The third largest national park in South Africa, Addo Elephant Park offers guest an amazing Big Five safari experience.
Situated at the heart of the Garden Route, Tsitsikamma National Park is a beautiful destination with beaches, rivers, and lush thick forests.