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Alexandria

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Between Port Elizabeth and Kenton-on-Sea in the Eastern Cape, Alexandria is home to Langebos, a narrow stretch of pristine indigenous forest bordering the Alexandria dune field, one of the largest active dune fields in the world. Drift yourself onto the unspoiled beaches of the marine coastal reserve

Addo Elephant Park, the Kariega and the Sibuya game reserves are a gorgeous 1-hour drive away. Many backpackers come to observe the big 5 and many more species in their natural habitat, go hiking, horse riding, mountain biking,.

Budget Travellers can join one of  Wild Woody Cape Backpackers'  trips, like a 2-day canoe trip though Kariega Game Reserve and spot a gambol of zebra or lions with the munchies. Want to dive? Blow bubbles in the pool or do a Padi course, all levels welcome. As evening falls run down the dunes for a sunset beach stroll. Then return to the boma for fireside dancing and wild music before settling down in their comfortable budget accommodation.