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Private Addo Elephant National Park Day Tour from Port Elizabeth
"The Sundays River Valley Route/Addo region is only an hour's scenic drive from the wonderful beaches of the Sunshine Coast and the rich 1820 Settler history of Grahamstown. Addo Elephant National Park is the place to see the famous Addo elephants as well bearing fruit all winter and filling the air with the wonderful scent of their blossoms in springtime. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is sanctuary to over 420 elephants 450 Cape buffalo black rhino a variety of antelope species as well as the unique flightless dung beetle found almost exclusively in Addo. Enjoy a drive through this park. Stop for lunch (not included) at a picnic area inside the park overlooking a waterhole."
From ZAR2,160.00
 
Sandboarding in Jeffreys Bay
"Meet in Jeffreys Bay and travel to one of their unspoiled beaches. The waters in the bay are known for great surfing but the huge dunes on land offer the perfect backdrop for some serious sandboarding. This activity takes around 2 hours to complete it's fast and a lot of fun. If you can stand you can Sandboard. Choose from morning or afternoon departures and enjoy some fun on the beach at Marina Martinique."""The beaches around Jeffreys Bay are home to some of the biggest and most spectacular sand dunes in South Africa. Sandboarding is very similar to snowboarding; it is fun and easy to learn. Skilled instructors will teach you how to sandboard. Come and expertitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Ideal+choice+for+families&3=Perfect+for+all+ages+and+skill+level
From ZAR250.00
 
Private Port Elizabeth Half Day City Tour
"The third largest port in South Africa and the country's fifth biggest city Port Elizabeth is ideally set on the beautiful beaches of Algoa Bay.Often referred to as ""The Friendly City"" Port Elizabeth has more than its fair share of warm water beaches estuaries and rivers providing superb watersports playgrounds. There are endless opportunities for surfing angling both surf and deep sea yachting
From ZAR1,415.00

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Life in Graaff-Reinet

One must visit the Valley of Desolation - it's 16km outside of Graaff-Reinet on a tar road. Entrance Fee is payable at the Camdeboo National Park Gate. This Entrance Fee is valid for the whole day &...
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"Plains of Camdeboo" by Eve Palmer

If you are in the Graaff-Reinet area, you may wish to read "Plains of Camdeboo" by Eve Palmer about life on a Karoo farm. It's on sale locally and from online bookstores. It really nrings the area to...
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Graaff Reinet Tourism Office

As elsewhere in South Africa, the tourism authority people are helpful, knowledgable and friendly. If you are the kind of person who normally likes to find out things for yourself or relies on the LP...
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"Graaff-Reinet - anything but desolation"
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