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Eastern Cape Province

The Eastern Cape is one of the most beautiful and interesting regions in South Africa. It enjoys a great climate with mild temperatures along the coast , making it ideal for diverse outdoor attractions. The Tsitsikamma Falls Adventure Park forms part of the Garden Route and is the centre of adventure tourism. It is home to the highest commercial bungee jump in the world (216m), the highest narrow gauge bridge in the world, South Africa’s first national marine park (the Tsitsikamma National Park), and the country’s first tree-top canopy tour. Hiking trails include the world famous Otter Trail (48km), the Tsitsikamma Trail (72km), and the luxurious Dolphin Trail."

Tsitsikamma National Park

Tsitsikamma National Park is a multi-dimensional destination with dramatic coastal scenery, reefs, rivers, lush forest and delicate Fynbos. A hiking and water sports paradise, this region forms the top section of the magnificent Garden Route National Park. There are many hiking trails of varying lengths and nature walks in this region, the most famous of them being the Otter Trail, one of the best in the world. For those who prefer not to rough it there is a “slack packing” route, the Dolphin Trail, which is fully inclusive and includes portage.

Tsitsikamma National Park is an area of the Garden Route National Park, on South Africa’s southern coast. It encompasses a marine reserve, deep gorges and local vegetation like the Big Tree, a towering yellowwood. The Mouth Trail crosses a suspension bridge over Storms River. The Otter Trail leads to Nature’s Valley, with birds including the Cape batis. The park is also home to small mammals, including bush pigs.

Addo Elephant Park

Addo Elephant National Park is a diverse wildlife conservation park situated close to Port Elizabeth in South Africa and is one of the country's 19 national parks. It currently ranks third in size after Kruger National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

The Addo Elephant National Park is located in the dense Eastern Cape Bush of South Africa. It offers visitors spectacular elephant viewing in a malaria free environment.

The park is currently home to more than 550 elephant as well as:

  • Cape Buffalo
  • Lion
  • Black Rhino
  • Various antelope species such as Eland, Kudu, Red Hartebeest, etc.
  • Warthogs
  • And of course the flightless Dung Beetle which is exclusively found at Addo. (Elsewhere in Africa, Dung Beetles have to migrate with the herds but this is not the case at Addo).

Bloukrans Bridge Bungee Jumping

The beautiful surroundings of the Bloukrans Bridge Zipline and Bungee jump makes this 216 metre jump all the more exciting. This bridge is found on the scenic Garden Route through the Western and Eastern Cape and offers a spectacular bungee jump setting. The jumps are very safe as they are managed by a company conforming to international standards and highly experienced staff, to help you enjoy the jump and slide of a lifetime.

The Bloukrans Bridge is the largest single span arch bridge in the world, and the bridge walk takes you along a specially designed catwalk to the top of the arch where you can look out over the gorge to see the mountains and the ocean in the distance.

Qunu Village

In this village in the Eastern Cape near Butterworth the birthplace of Nelson Mandela, life is quiet and peaceful. In the village hub there is a single filling station and one or two supply stores, and goats roam the streets.
There is a large pink home built for the Mandela family in between the colourful, round huts that you can see throughout the hills in this landscape.
Visitors to this village come to remember and see where the ‘Father of a Nation’ was born and brought up.
The Nelson Mandela Museum is a focal point of this humble settlement and the first stop to getting some insight into this quest. It is a newly erected yet modest exhibition building overlooking the tiny villages surrounding Qunu.
In the museum, world-renowned photographs of the world leader are mounted on the walls, and tell the story of his life.
This is a place of remembrance, but the impact he made lies far beyond the walls of this museum and village.
The museum humbly illustrates the sacrifices Nelson Mandela had to make to become the world leader he was.