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Shamwari Game Reserve

Shamwari Game Reserve

N2 Between Port Elizabeth & Grahamstown, Paterson
of 5, from 41 reviews
5.0 out of 5.0

Situated in a rural location, this all-inclusive lodge is 5.4 mi (8.6 km) from Shamwari Game Reserve and 9.4 mi (15.1 km) from Amakhala Game Reserve. Schotia Tooth and Claw Safari and Lalibela Game Reserve are also within 20 mi (32 km).



113 Berry, TopTown, Queenstown
3.0 out of 5.0

Situated in Queenstown, this apartment building is close to Queenstown Golf Club, Queenstown Mall, and Bonkolo Lake.

Courtyard Port Elizabeth

Courtyard Port Elizabeth

Corner Lodge Road & Beach Road, Port Elizabeth
of 5, from 88 reviews
4.0 out of 5.0

Located in Summerstrand, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Humewood Beach, Hobie Beach, and Bayworld. Museum of Bay World and King's Beach are also within 1 mi (2 km).

The Beach Hotel

The Beach Hotel

Marine Drive, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth
of 5, from 148 reviews
0.0 out of 5.0

Nestled on the beach, this Summerstrand hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Hobie Beach and Humewood Beach. Bayworld and Piet Retief Monument are also within 15 minutes.

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Eastern Cape Vacation Packages

Sunbathe on the coast of the Indian Ocean, drive through the Karoo Desert and see elephants roaming the plains within the diverse areas of this province.

Explore desert, forest, mountain ranges and beach-lined coast, the varied natural landscapes of Eastern Cape, South Africa’s second-largest province. Nature is the province’s biggest draw, especially with the many opportunities to see Africa’s “Big Five” animals: elephant, buffalo, rhino, leopard and lion. Eastern Cape’s coastline also features some of South Africa’s largest cities.

Begin your exploration in Port Elizabeth, South Africa’s fifth-largest city. Located on a bay of the Eastern Cape’s Sunshine Coast, this beautiful span of well-developed sandy beaches is lined with resorts. Just west of Port Elizabeth is Jeffrey’s Bay, with Paradise Beach, widely considered to be the area’s best beach. Surf or dive off the coast amid colorful coral reefs.

While the Sunshine Coast is one of the most developed areas of the Eastern Cape, it offers easy access to wilder regions. Head along the northeast shore to reach the Wild Coast, which features grassy hills, cliffs and small rural villages along the Indian Ocean. Trek inland through the Addo Elephant National Park, to spot plentiful wildlife including over 600 elephants on a 440,000-acre (180,000-hectare) plot of grassland and mountains.

In the inland wilderness, find the Great Karoo, a vast desert that prevented early Cape Town settlers from moving into the interior of South Africa. Visit the Valley of Desolation, a picturesque desert valley crowned by the cone-topped Spandou Kop Mountain and striking 390-foot-tall (120-meter) rock formations. In the evening, enjoy some of South Africa’s best stargazing.

Eastern Cape encompasses an area long inhabited by the Xhosa people. Xhosa is the most widely spoken language in the province. While most tourist attractions feature resources for English speakers, it may be difficult to communicate with locals if you visit a rural village.

Fly into Port Elizabeth from any of South Africa’s major cities to begin your trip to the Eastern Cape. While rural, the province features a good network of roads and railways, so it is easy to get around once you arrive.