Eastern Cape Unterkünfte
The Eastern Cape is a province in South Africa with a diverse range of landscapes and activities. Eastern Cape accommodation can be anything from a cosy self-catering cottage in the Amatole Mountains to a 5-star game lodge or informal backpackers on the Wild Coast.
Geographically speaking, the Eastern Cape has it all. In the far South of the province, close to the border with the Western Cape, you will find temperate rainforest, some of it protected in the spectacular Tsitsikamma National Park. The western part of the province on the other hand mainly consists of semi-arid Karoo.
One of the towns within the Karoo is Graaff-Reinet - a treasure trove of beautiful architecture. It is also unique in that it is completely surrounded by a national park, namely Camdeboo. The Camdeboo National Park is a paradise for photographers with its open spaces and weird rock formations. Nearby you will find yet another stunning reserve, the Mountain Zebra National Park.
The east of the province is a long coastline which meets the warm Indian Ocean. Some of its main cities like Port Elizabeth and East London are located on the coast. As you move northwards along the coast, it becomes increasingly rugged, giving rise to the name the Wild Coast. The Wild Coast forms part of the traditional Xhosa homelands (sometimes still referred to as the Transkei), providing an interesting cultural twist to the experience.
What you find in the Transkei are green undulating hills, dotted with Xhosa villages and leading to the untamed coast. The Wild Coast is a traveller's paradise due to long uninterrupted stretches of beach with interesting rock formations and breath-taking gorges.
Jeffrey's Bay is a small town on the coast and is another jewel in the Eastern Cape coast's pride. Supertubes is a renowned surf spot rated 5th in the world.
Other Eastern Cape attractions include hot springs in Aliwal North, the annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, the Addo Elephant National Park and the delightful little town of Hogsback tucked away in the Amatole Mountains. Speaking of mountains, the Eastern Cape has plenty apart from the Amatole range. Sections of the Drakensberg, the Sneeuberg and the Stormberge all contribute to the geography of the Eastern Cape.
If you are looking for an exciting destination which offers beautiful scenery and lots of culture, then you've just found it.
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Areena Riverside Resort is nestled in a peaceful valley in the Eastern Cape along the border for the Wild Coast. Whether you prefer to stay in 4-star self-catering accommodation, camp or caravan, we h... Weitere Informationen
This quaint self-contained national monument dates back to the earliest days of Graaff-Reniet. Situated on a quiet tree-lined street, Mossievale is only a short walk away from the heart of historic G... Weitere Informationen
Annie's House is a guest house set in Adderley Street. It enjoys proximity to the town whilst retaining the quiet of a country lane. The guest House is both authentically Victorian and comfortably Mod... Weitere Informationen
Beautiful and secure cottage 600 meters from the beach . Take a short walk to the beach and watch the dolphins or take a walk along the beach where swimming is safe and the blue waters are warm and i... Weitere Informationen
Situated approximately 2500m above sea level Tenahead Lodge is the highest upmarket lodge in South Africa. The only one of its kind, the lodge is hand built by stone masons, Basotho style from rocks a... Weitere Informationen
Situated in the tranquil and tree lined suburb of Glendinningvale in the gracious heart of Port Elizabeth, Eden Road Guest Suites offer you the ultimate in secluded, luxurious and private accommodatio... Weitere Informationen
Located in the beachfront suburb of Humewood, Port Elizabeth, Lalapanzi Guest Lodge graded 4 star in the category "self catering " offers eight stylish newly built self catering en-suite units. Al... Weitere Informationen
Situated at the heart of Port Elizabeth Beachfront, in between The Pavilion Complex and happy Valley. Its within walking distance from the beach, restaurants, shopping centre and entertainment. Close ... Weitere Informationen
Dune Ridge is an award winning Country House nestled between thick coastal fynbos teeming with a multitude of bird species and large dune fields to the rear of the property. Set on the outskirts of t... Weitere Informationen
Addo Reach and Hein's Cottage, is situated in Alicedale and just an hour from Port Elizabeth, on excellent access roads. Hein's Cottage, a cosy home-from-home, fully equipped to guarantee your comf... Weitere Informationen
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Eastern Cape Überprüfungen
We arrived Sunday night and found most Restaurants closed which was a bummer.
- Colin Coetzee
Quaint town with friendly people.
- Imran Dawjee
I've been coming to Summerstrand several times for the past three years visiting my daughter who was studying at NMMU. I really like the place, and every morning I take time together with my husband to enjoy long walks along the beach front. My daughter has just graduated and now she's back at home in Seychelles. I will certainly miss Summerstrand, and I hope I can visit sometime in the near future.
- Maryse Legaie
Beautiful architecture and photo opportunities at dusk. Nice selection of restaurants and a welcome escape from the "big smoke".
- Richard Hawkey
I love this little town between the owl house and the Kitchener fossil experience and the wonderful pieces of art created at the art centre. The donkey cart and dirt streets. A little oasis in the middle of nowhere. I will be back
- Jenny Tanesse