Nature Reserves


he Van Stadens Wild Flower Reserve was established in 1951 and is situated 40km west of Port Elizabeth. It is one of the top places to see lowland fynbos, flowering proteas and a variety of other endemic fynbos, as well as a large variety of vegetation in the various habitats of the escarpment. There is an abundance of succulents, ericas, leucadendrons, and other indigenous flora.

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Go Back to Map – Nature Reserves Cape St Francis is home to the: Cape St Francis Nature Reserve, Seal Point Nature Reserve, Seal Bay Nature Reserve and Irma Booysen Flora Reserve. These reserves offer a fine variety of well marked walks. The importance of these areas being declared as nature reserves is due to South Africa’s extraordinarily rich plant and animal life. It is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, especially blessed in...

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Preserving the waves and beaches of Jeffreys Bay since 1999, the Supertubes Surfing Foundation is a joint venture between the local surf clubs and the surf industry in the town.

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