Discover the Eastern Cape

2018-09-27T08:34:31-05:00September 26th, 2018|

We know the Eastern Cape can be a tough sell for North American clients but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to get them there!  Whether it’s 24 hours in Port Elizabeth, or a full on safari, Faith at New Frontiers has discovered the best restaurants, safari camps and escapes in the Eastern Cape, which you can learn more about in the linked Agent Zone articles above. Suffice it to say, we’ll be planning a visit on our next trip to South Africa.

Port Elizabeth highlights include a peek into its thriving (and delicious) restaurant scene, walking and boat tours, a penguin rehab center and more. An evaluation of accommodations ranging from a guesthouse to the city’s most exclusive boutique hotel will help you find the right property for your clients.

A deep dive into the lovely Lalibela Game reserve shows that the new owners are getting things right. They are investing in the reserve, its lodges and its people. New Frontiers breaks down the character of various lodges on the reserve, and investigates the conservation efforts taking place.

New Frontiers suggests combining a safari in the Eastern Cape with a typical Garden Route itinerary, or clients can explore a little further inland, visiting historical towns like Graaff Reinet and taking in the stark beauty of the Camdeboo. Madiba’s centenary year it’s good to remember his birthplace in the humble village of Qunu and the rich Xhosa culture that is still very much alive in this most unassuming of provinces…

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Gretchen Healey
Gretchen is the Marketing and Social Media Manager for the Kusini Collection.

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