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City Kenton-on-Sea

Kenton-on-Sea is a small coastal town on the Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape. It is beautifully situated between the Bushman's River and the Kariega River. It is an area which also has plenty of malaria free private game reserves, for example; the Kariega Game Reserve, Sibuya, Shamwari Game Reserve and Lalibela.

With the coast and the hinterland, this is the place for spotting the Big 7 all within 1 to 1.5 hours' drive from Kenton-on-Sea. Algoa Bay (towards Port Elizabeth) is the place where the Great White Shark propagates.

Kenton-on-Sea is a very popular holiday resort and during the summer than the number of inhabitants doubled. The wonderful climate, beautiful beaches and green hills are an attraction for visitors from South Africa and beyond. There is protected nature and can take its course so that the coast will always stay here as it should be intended. It is ideal for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.

Kenton-on-Sea is enclosed between rivers and the Indian Ocean and is a wonderful place for water sports and relaxation. Here you will find water is life, and you'll find an abundance of birds and fish and from April to December the whale families come for their annual visit! Swimming with the dolphins can be done throughout the year ...

Beautiful rocky beaches, sand dunes and mountain lakes and lots of activities making Kenton-on-Sea a wonderful place for children. Kariega Beach is a beach of incomparable beauty and received an award as "most beautiful beach South Africa. It is here where the sun spends her winter months, at least if you believe the East-Capers.

Besides the famous Game Reserves in this area you can also visit Grahamstown, Bathurst and Alexandria. All located in an area also known as Frontier Country. Between the Xhosa and British soldiers many wars were fought and so it was historically an important part of South Africa. The villages and towns around Kenton-on-Sea are particularly popular with artists and you will find many studios and galleries. It is nice to look here for original souvenirs. The rich Xhosa culture is still to be found here ...

Adventurous imes here are driving 4x4 trails, sand boarding on the sand dunes, kite surfing, snorkelling along the spectacular reefs and water skiing. Or rent a boat or canoe in the small harbour.

You can see Kenton-on-Sea as the holiday destination par excellence and above all for all ages. A Bush and Beach Holiday in One!