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  • Eastern Cape

    Gonubie Beach

    Located a mere eight kilometers from East London, the seaside village of Gonubie in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa is considered by many to be a suburb of the city. But the relaxed lifestyle and stunning scenery in Gonubie confirms that this is no city, but rather a place for city-dwellers to retreat to when the hustle and bustle of city life gets too much. Lying on the estuary of ...

  • Western Cape

    Strand

    Along with Somerset West and Gordon’s Bay, the seaside resort town of Strand forms part of the picturesque Helderberg Basin. Situated on the shores of False Bay, with the Hottentots-Holland Mountains as a backdrop, Strand’s five kilometers of beach has the reputation of being one of the best swimming areas in South Africa. With its huge tidal pool, water slides and mini-golf, as well as ...

  • Western Cape

    Hermanus

    A town that has managed to hold onto its heritage and still be described as cosmopolitan is very rare. Somehow, Hermanus has been able to retain the atmosphere of being a historical fishing village through its unique stores and craft markets, while developing a vibrant energy that attracts hundreds of youthful visitors each year. Hermanus is a destination in the Western Cape that ...

  • Western Cape

    Langebaan

    Along the West Coast of South Afric, travelers will find the picturesque town of Langebaan approximately 120km outside of Cape Town. The peaceful atmosphere of this breathtaking coastal destination and its ideal facilities for a relaxing vacation make it irresistible to both locals and international tourists. Originally founded as a whaling station in 1922, Langebaan has developed into a ...

  • East London

    Aquarium

    If you ever visit the city of East London on the South East coast of South Africa, the East London Aquarium is a must-see. Opened to the public in December 1931, the East London Aquarium is possibly the oldest public aquarium in the country. Though it is not particularly big, it does have some unique displays that make it a worthwhile stop.