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Oyster Bay Resort is located on one of South Africa's most beautiful stretches of coastline and is a 5 minute stroll from the beach. Oyster Bay is 23 km, along a gravel road, from Humansdorp in the Eastern Cape.

The resort is en route from George to Port Elizabeth via Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, the Tsitsikama National Park and Stormsriver and is definitely the best place to overnight on your way to Addo Elephant National Park and the Baviaanskloof pass.

There is 44 grassed stands. The deluxe stands have own bathroom. Sparklingclean ablution facilities, tuck shop, swimming pool and Chalets. See website for more detail. For bookings please contact 072 419 6683

The St Francis area consists  of: St Francis Bay, Port St Francis, Cape St Francis and Oyster Bay.

Situated halfway between Port Elizabeth and Knysna a short distance away from the N2 it offers a peaceful getaway in unspoilt surroundings.

Apart from it's scenic beauty the area offers a navigable river, canal system, lagoon, harbour, golden beaches, ideal surfing conditions and is therefore a water sports Mecca.

It also boasts world class golf courses, specialised shops and services.

St Francis has a Mediterranean climate with generally mild temperatures ranging from 12ºC in winter to 30ºC in summer.

Follow the links to find accommodation, businesses, services as well as more info on activities, events and our beautiful area.  

The Baviaanskloof is one of three areas in the Cape Floral Kingdom that have been identified for mega-reserve status by the strategic bioregional conservation initiative, Cape Action for People and the Environment.

The proposed consolidation and expansion of the existing Baviaanskloof  Conservation Area to form the Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve will ensure effective conservation of 12 major vegetation types representative of all of South Africa's seven biomes, the extraordinarily high diversity at the ecosystem level, almost all the major biological patterns of the Southern Africa region.

This initiativemay be the largest wilderness area in South Africa.

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International surfers flock to catch the legendary waves in this, a paradise of sunshine, aloes, dolphins, shells, perfect points & classic reefs. Surfers & others who found it hard to leave such an idyllic spot have turned Jeffreys Bay into a year round fun place to be, creating a thriving local craft industry besides the surf shops on just about every corner.

The bustling town is bordered on both sides by nature reserves & rivers – the Kabeljous & Seekoei Estuaries & within Jeffreys Bay –the Noorsekloof nature reserve. We invite you to soak up the sunshine, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere & have a wonderful stay.Jeffreys Bay offers varied accommodation from Game farms & guesthouses to backpackers.

The word Addo immediately reminds one of the Addo Elephant National Park near Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Addo, however, has much more to offer. Addo accommodation is plentiful and ranges from a hotel to luxurious guest houses, lodges, B&B accommodation to backpackers.

Addo Elephant National Park has an elephant population in excess of 400. Lions have recently been brought in from the Kgaligadi Transfrontier Park and now for the first time since 1879 the 'Big Five' can be seen at the park.Apart from the Addo Elephant the area is an agricultural centre where citrus is intensively farmed.

Experience warm hospitality in a relaxing and comfortable owner managed environment

In house Guests are spoiled in the renowned restaurant, where food is presented with flair. Indulge your senses throughout the five-course meal with a selection of South African estate wines. Voted one of the Top 30 restaurants in South Africa. Bedrooms offer private entrances, air-conditioning, telephone, television, fully stocked bar fridges etc. Relax around the rock pool or read and unwind in the lush garden with their Koi dams. Personalised game drives, packages and tours with the in house qualified guide to nearby Addo, Shamwari, Schotia, Lalibella and Bushman Sands offered. Great Winter Specials Available

Tsitsikamma National Park –  ...(Tsitsikamma means ‘place of much water’)

Where the booming breakers of the Indian Ocean relentlessly pound rocky shores, where temperate high forest and fynbos roll down to the sea in an unspoilt verdant carpet, where ancient rivers carve their paths to the ocean down rocky ravines. This, "the place of much water", is the Tsitsikamma National Park. The heartland of the park stretches some 5 km to sea, protecting a wonderland of inter-tidal life, reef and deep-sea fish.

Dolphins frolic in the breakers, surfing and playing for the sheer joy of life, and the gentle giant of the ocean, the southern right whale visits here, coming inshore to breed.

For those wishing to create a small nature paradise, of their own, please visit this link at

If you could choose any special place in the world to live, then surely St. Francis Bay would feature high on your list.

In order to preserve our village and its amenities, it is critical to have an Organization that works with the Local Authorities to preserve our Environment and to Maintain & Improve our facilities.

The St. Francis Bay Residents Association fulfills this role.

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St Francis Tourism

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Jeffreys Bay

Addo Elephant Park

Addo B&B

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Oyster Inn - Oyster Bay

A group of friends from Oyster Bay decided that there was just nothing in the area that allowed for a family friendly, value for rand venue, with an amazing view for them and their friends to gather, have a meal and exchange stories, appreciate the view or watch their favourite sporting teams together.

The idea of developing a bed and breakfast with a restaurant that allowed families in the area and from surrounding farms was born. A small menu, great atmosphere and our desire to find a value for the South African Rand site with an amazing view of the bay and ocean

Today we are pleased to present you the Oyster Inn B&B and restaurant. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we do and spread the word that at last there is a family orientated facility along the remote coast in the area.