Eastern Cape Blog Posts
Exploring the Eastern Cape: Comprehensive Travel Topics And Blog Posts On This Hidden Gem
Welcome to our Eastern Cape Blog Posts, the ultimate resource for exploring and experiencing the unique beauty of South Africa's Eastern Cape province. Whether you are looking for outdoor adventure, cultural experiences, lodge, camp or hotel review or just a relaxing holiday spot, there is something here for everyone!
From wild "Big Five" safaris to beautiful beaches and everything in between, our travel topics and blog posts on the Eastern Cape will provide tips on what to do and where to go while visiting this amazing region.
Discover hidden gems that can only be found in the Eastern Cape - from vibrant cities to rural villages with captivating stories - as well as travel information such as transport options and accommodation choices.
Join us on an exciting journey through the Eastern Cape – it promises not to disappoint!
Experience The Wild Beauty Of South Africa's Eastern Cape
- Kwandwe Game Reserve ReviewWritten By Uyaphi.comMy husband and I were fortunate enough to visit the Kwandwe Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. It had been many years since I had been on safari in the Eastern Cape and I was eager to see how the experience had changed. We flew from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth where we picked up our rental car and drove the 2 hours to Kwandwe Private Game Reserve. From the moment we arrived at reception, we experienced the service that this Relais and Chateaux property is famous for. We were met with a welcome drink, a cold towel and fresh homemade cookies accompanied our check-in...................
- Addo Elephant Back SafariWritten By Uyaphi.comI have been travelling in Africa for over three decades. In that time, I have been on countless safaris; by Land Rover, on foot, by canoe and horseback, up and down mountains and valleys. The sense of wonder and appreciation of natural beauty has never left me. There are, of course, individual animals which I prefer above all others. Some are large, very large and some small but all, for some reason or other, have endeared themselves towards me. I will start with the very large...................
- Samara Game Reserve ReviewWritten By Uyaphi.comAbout three hours drive northwest of Addo National park (see Tuesday's blog) lies a different country. If Addo enjoys a lush and verdant environment, Samara Game Reserve is the opposite. Its semi-desert environment is more akin to Namibia. Yet here we are in the middle of the Great Karoo near the historical farming town of Graaff Reinet...................
- Death of a CheetahWritten By Uyaphi.comWhen you live in Africa, love the smell of nature and its strong call, and perhaps even more importantly, understand the natural cycles; you see the death of wildlife as part of the natural order. The strong conquer the weak, the old give space to the young. When you look at a magnificent animal and predator die in an area which is desperately (and successfully) trying to rehabilitate natural corridors of flora and fauna over a previously devastated land, no one would think less of you for shedding a tear...................
- Amakhala Bukela Lodge
Rates from R6 190.00 pp
- Amakhala Safari Lodge
Rates from R5 580.00 pp
- Kariega Main Lodge
Rates from R4 950.00 pp
- Shamwari Eagles Crag Lodge
Rates from R10 750.00 pp
- Kwandwe Ecca Lodge
Rates from R10 370.00 pp
- Amakhala Woodbury Lodge
Rates from R4 990.00 pp
- Amakhala Hillsnek Lodge
Rates from R5 580.00 pp
- Shamwari Long Lee Manor
Rates from R8 925.00 pp