Eastern Cape

Where else can you surf the world’s biggest waves, ski down the only snow slopes in Africa, go on a `big seven’ safari, visit the birthplace of Nelson Mandela and bungee the highest bridge in the southern hemisphere? The Eastern Cape, of course! The second largest of South Africa’s nine provinces, the diverse Eastern Cape landscape ranges from the dry desolate Great Karoo to the steamy forests of the Wild Coast and the Keiskamma Valley. The shoreline of this province extends from the Umtamvuna River in KwaZulu-Natal, to the Storms River mouth on the scenic Garden Route. Despite it’s colonial past, the Eastern Cape remains the homeland of the Xhosa speaking nation......Courtesy SA Tourism

Kaliza Place

Kaliza's Place is a Three Star graded establishment managed by the owner. We are situated in a quiet street one kilometer from the beach and close to the following facilities such as a shopping mall, Boardwalk Casino, P.E. Airport, McArthur Pools, Bay world Oceanarium, Nelson Mandela University and the Humewood Golf.........

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Woodall Country House

Nestled in the heart of the Sundays River Valley, on the doorstep of Addo Elephant Park, and close to Shamwari and Schotia Reserves, Woodall Country House lies tucked away on a peaceful citrus farm where miles of citrus trees bear fruit all winter and scent the air with blossoms in the springtime.......
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Tsitsikamma Lodge

This three star Lodge, an AA Award Winning Leisure Hotel for 2002, 2003 and 2004, Hall of Fame for 2005 and 2006, is situated between the mountain and the sea, in the majestic Tsitsikamma.  The Lodge offers accommodation in cozy log cabins set in spacious lush gardens in the most magical part of the Garden Route
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Mpongo private Game Lodge

The heart of wild Africa is closer than you think. Twenty short minutes by tarred road from East London is Mpongo Private Game Reserve, authentic, safe, idyllic, and really wild. With a restaurant built up against the tranquil hippo pool, sumptuous accommodation, superb conference and function facilities, and a game drive where you’re likely to encounter some.......
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What To See

There is a lot of scenery to view in South Africa so much that you can fit in a scenic route within any other holiday that you maybe enjoying in South Africa. Every province has its own unruffled scenic routes...........