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The Eastern Cape is the second largest of South Africa’s nine Provinces; natural homeland of the Xhosa Nation and one of the most moderate climates in the world make the Eastern Cape a sought after destination.
Often forgotten when visiting the more well known destinations such as Cape Town and Durban, the Eastern Cape, with it’s two major cities, Port Elizabeth and East London, has much to offer visitors to South Africa.
The malaria free game reserves are ideally located and offer some of the best wild-
The miles and miles of unspoiled beaches together with moderate winters, enable visitors to enjoy the region all year round. A coastal drive from Cape Town, along the Garden Route will bring you to Port Elizabeth. Further along, enjoy a meander along the Sunshine Coast; through Port Alfred toward East London. East London is a convenient base from which to tour the Wild Coast of the Transkei, one of the last remaining truly unspoiled coast lines in the world.
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