Eastern Cape

The Eastern Cape has everything that all the other provinces have -- a surfing mecca in the warm Indian Ocean at Jeffrey's Bay, dramatic coastlines and empty beaches of the Wild Coast, bushveld and the Big Five around Addo, signature Karoo towns like Graaff Reinet and Cradock, the magic of Hogsback and the Amatola Range leading to the southern reaches of the Drakensberg on the Lesotho border.

But one thing sets most of the Eastern cape apart from Limpopo, Mpumalanga and the Northwest Province -- crystal clear light with little haze, the sort of light that has made Cape Town one of the film capitals of the world.  Tourists will get great photographs to take home!

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Cradock, Grahamstown, Graaff-Reinet, Willowmore
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The is marketed as the Kouga Region – which means little to most people, and is often confused with Coega, the industrial area on the other side of Port...
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Storms River village is at the heart of the Tsitsikamma forest. It's a delightful small village that's so easy just to drive past on the N2, but it...
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Jeffreys Bay is named after the senior partner of the firm Jeffrey & Glendinnings that opened a store in 1849 on the location where the town is today. Jeffrey...
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Unspoiled beaches, a rugged coastline, a river linked to a unique canal system and nature areas with numerous footpaths through unique fynbos species all await holiday makers and visitors...
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Graaff-Reinet is the fourth oldest settlement in South Africa (after Cape Town, Stellenbosch, and Swellendam), with a higher percentage of declared historical monuments than any other town in South Africa....
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