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Jeffreys Bay Hotels and Lodges

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Beach Cabanas

BEACH CABANAS - self-catering ( self contained ) near the beach

SEA SHELLS - luxury self-catering ( self contained ) flats

 

 

JEFFREYS BAY

Mention the word “Jeffrey’s Bay” to any surfer, and you will immediately unleash a torrent of enthusiasm. This town on the coast of the Eastern Cape of South Africa is world-famous for its stunning surfing spots. There are Surfers’ Point, Kitchen Windows, and the Supertubes – one of the world’s top ten surfing spots, and host to the Annual International Billabong Pro surfing competition.

But Jeffrey’s Bay is also a prime holiday destination, and has a variety of hotels and lodges, as well as self-catering accommodation. Jeffrey’s Bay is situated at the start of the Garden Route, so you are very close to attractions such as the Tsitsikamma forest, as well as Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. But the beaches around Jeffrey’s Bay is what make visitors coming back year after year. For example, Dolphin Bay has been awarded Blue Flag status, which means that the water meet stringent international standards.

J’Bay, as it is known among locals, also has a large dolphin population, and you can frequently see them enjoying the surf off the Eastern Cape coast. Many people visit this part of South Africa just to watch them, or even swim with them. The accommodation in and around J’Bay include hotels, self-catering accommodation, lodges, as well as backpackers’ lodges.

Apparently Jeffrey’s Bay was discovered by a business man, who stopped here for a short rest on one of his business trips. He was also a keen surfer, and immediately spotted that this beach on the Eastern Cape coast could become one of South Africa’s prime surfing spots.

There are also a number of small nature reserves in this region of the Eastern Cape, including the Noorsekloof Nature Reserve, the Kabeljous Estuary and Nature Reserve, as well as the Seekoei River Nature Reserve.