South Africa’s ‘wild’ province, the
Eastern Cape features expanses of untouched beach, bush and forest. This was
Nelson Mandela’s home province, and is an area with some enticing attractions –
among them the Addo Elephant National Park, with the densest elephant
population in the world; the dramatic Wild Coast; and, of course, Mandela’s
home at Qunu.
The Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape remains one of the world’s most untouched scenic locations. Beaches don’t come more beautiful than those of the Wild Coast and thanks to the rugged nature of the coast, they remain undeveloped.
Admire the flora and fauna of the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, which forms part of the Cape Floristic Region World Heritage Site, and the scenery and Bushman paintings in the Drakensberg uKhahlamba Park World Heritage Site.
Jeffreys Bay extends from Cape Recife to Cape St Francis in South Africa's Eastern Cape province, and is famous for the quality and length of ride offered by its famous point break known as Supertubes.
The Athenæum, a work and exhibition space in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, is a modern, multi-use cultural complex that accommodates performances, exhibitions, events, conferences, meetings, launches, shows and workshops.
Your chance of being chosen as a #MeetSouthAfrica blogger will be much higher if you create a social profile on Webfluential - this allows us to see just how influential you are. Click submit to continue to Webfluential
For your travel company to be part of the #MeetSouthAfrica Blogger trips, you need to be registered on the South African Travel Directory. If you are, well done! If not, please register your company. You will be redirected as soon as you click submit.