Lying on South Africa’s south-eastern coast, the Eastern Cape is a region of great natural beauty – particularly the rugged cliffs, rough seas and dense green bush of the stretch known as the Wild Coast.
A spectacular coastline, lapped by the temperate Indian Ocean and with long stretches of unspoilt sandy beaches, rocky coves, secluded lagoons and towering cliffs, is the province’s main tourist attraction.
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Cape St Francis
Port St Johns
St Francis Bay
Bomvu Paradise Backpackers
Buccaneers Backpackers and Lodge
Hole in the Wall Backpackers
Sharks Point Cabins
The Coffee Shack
The Kraal Retreat Backpackers
Wild Lubanzi Backpackers and Trail Lodge
Elsewhere in the province
(Near the mouth of the Mdumbi River)
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