East London is situated at the mouth of the Buffalo River and is South Africa's only major riverport. It is a city with a small-town atmosphere and endless beaches, including Nahoon and Kidds Beach. Visitors can enjoy walks and trails, fishing, surfing and sailing as well as excellent hotels and restaurants. The abundance of nineteenth-century architecture adds charm to the city as does the South African and international art that can be viewed in many of the museums and galleries such as the East London Museum and the Ann Bryant Gallery. The various gardens, including the Queen's Park Botanical Gardens, and nearby game reserves are popular with nature lovers. The Strelitzia, also known as the crane flower, is indigenous to this area.