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There’s so much to see and do in the Eastern Cape, which is blessed with rich natural beauty and wildlife. Its natural diversity is impressive and ensures an assortment of plant and animal species, including the Big Five, abundant birdlife and rich marine life (including 27 species of whales and dolphins).

This is a province steeped in history – it is the birthplace of Nelson Mandela and a number of other great political activists – and was one of the centres at the forefront of the fight for democracy in South Africa.


The province offers something for everyone: for the adrenaline addict, there’s tubing down the Storm’s River Gorge, skydiving in Grahamstown and learning to fly in Port Alfred.

The Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape. Connecting captivating coastline landscapes to the abundant lush mountains of the Tsitsikamma, known as a “place of abundant water” the Tsitsikamma Region is most renowned for its staggering natural beauty outdoor exploration and adventure.


Game Reserves

The Eastern Cape has its fair share of game reserves, private and national, and one of the main draws is that they are malaria-free. The Mountain Zebra National Park, is home to the rare Cape Mountain Zebra, as well as buffalo, cheetah and the smaller predators - genets, bat-eared foxes, and jackals. Addo Elephant National Park, a Big 5 reserve is a haven for elephants, and Kareiga and Shamwari are highly regarded Eastern Cape parks.


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Travel Details

Many people choose to incorporate the Eastern Cape in a touring itinerary with Cape Town and the Garden Route. 

Transfer time is approximately 45 minutes to/from Port Elizabeth Airport to connect with International flights from Cape Town. Direct flights from the UK to Cape Town are approximately 12 hours.


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