Top 5 Places to Visit in Eastern Cape

Eastern Cape Travel is a stunning, hidden gem that everyone should experience at least once in his or her life.

We were able to see some of the most beautiful scenery and locations on a recent Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency-organized tour. These are five places you should visit in Eastern Cape.

The Wild Coast

Who should go: This is a wonderful family vacation.

It is well-known for its windswept cliffs and deserted white beaches, forests, and waves.

You should also visit the Hluleka Nature Reserve and Mkhambati Nature Reserves, which offer affordable accommodation, game watching, bird watching, whale watching and fishing activities.

Sunshine Coast

Who should visit: Adventurers.

It’s well-known for its great location for exploring and for being a perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts.

What to See: The Jikeleza Route is a popular tourist attraction, which is often called the Wild Coast’s tame section. It is comprised of over 50 tourist attractions. There are 28 unique accommodations, ranging from luxury boutique hotels to backpackers to five-star luxury boutique hotels.

This mild-to wild bush-to beach route, located only 30km from East London’s Airport, is ideal for adrenaline junkies or those looking for an escape from the ordinary.

Karoo Heartland

Who should visit? The tourist who seeks the sun.

It is well-known for: Karoo Heartland has a reputation for being an eco-region known for its variety of activities.

What to See: The best sunsets and star-gazing in the country.

Amathole Mountain Escape Route

Who should visit? Anyone who is looking for a cultural experience.

It is well-known for its Amathole Mountain Escape Route, which runs from Hogsback in northern Australia to the Great Fish River and Dwesa/Cwebe Nature Reserve east. It is rich in Settler history and Xhosa culture.

What to see: One of the main attractions in the area is the Amatola Mountains which are densely wooded and famous for their panoramic views. At the top of the Mountain pass is the popular village of Hogsback. J.R.R. It is believed that J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the Lord of the Rings trilogy found inspiration in the magical Hogsback environment to create his fantasy world, Middle Earth. You can also visit their hiking trails, Mdantsane Township Tour or Steve Biko Museum at Ginsberg King William’s Town.

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth is for everyone.

It is known for its beaches and historical sights.

You can take a boat ride, horse-ride, or see an elephant at Addo Elephant National Park. Also, you can try their variety of seafood dishes.