The Eastern Cape holds all that South Africa has to offer. It contains all seven of South Africa’s biomes or ecological zones, and offers a range of climates and cultures with rich traditions. The parks and reserves of the Eastern Cape are home to a wealth of wildlife including the rare mountain zebra.
One of the main features of the Eastern Cape is its astonishing coastline, which is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts; surfers ride the perfect wave at the well-known Supertubes in Jeffrey's Bay , anglers reel in king-size catches, and board sailors revel in the challenge of the wind.
The Eastern Cape is a malaria free area, great to bring the whole family and appreciate the African wilderness..
Our exclusive private game reserves boast the “big five” in luxurious style. Tourists can also enjoy a sundowner with breathtaking sunset views of the bushveld.
Along the magnificent coastline tourists can also enjoy splendid opportunities such as fishing, swimming and sunbathing. The Eastern Cape coastline also offers tourists the opportunity to enjoy water sports such as canoeing, rubber ducking and windsurfing. For all those surfers out there, the Eastern Cape is known for its perfect surfing sport.
The Eastern Cape is in the fortunate position that it is home to the largest land based mammal (the elephant), the tallest (the giraffe), the fastest (the cheetah), the smallest (dwergskeerbek-mouse), the largest non-flying bird (the ostrich) and the largest flying bird (the kori bustard).