The Eastern Cape is home to the famous Bloukrans Bungy – it’s 216 metres of free-falling pleasure
2Big Seven Safari
Go on a Big Seven Safari and see rhino, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo AND the Southern Right Whale and Great White Shark.
3Bayworld Museum Complex, Port Elizabeth.
Comprises an oceanarium, snake park and museum and No 7 Castle Hill, a Victorian house museum dating back to 1827.
4National Arts Festival.
Grahamstown is home to the annual arts festival at the beginning of July. Imbibe on local arts, culture and good, clean fun.
5Learn to Surf - Jeffreys Bay.
Our answer to Hawaii, J-Bay is known for its magnificent waves and numerous surfing schools.
6New Age Adventures in Hogsback.
This village in the mountains dedicated to all things New Age. Great also if you appreciate spectacular scenery, good food, peace and quiet.
7Hike the Wild Coast.
Enjoy hiking the pristine beaches of the rugged Wild Coast, or opt for a horse-back safari led by local guides.
8Bush, Forest and Beach.
Talk about fun experiences! In the Eastern Cape you can enjoy the bush the beaches and the fantastic Tsitsikamma forest.
9Skiing at Tiffendell.
During winter you can enjoy skiing at the only skiing village in South Africa, situated just below the peak of Ben McDhui.
10Owl House, Nieu-Bethesda
The quirky world of the artist Helen Martins comes alive at the Owl House with its camel, owl and wise men sculptures, glass-covered walls and vivid colours.