With it's unique combination of beautiful
beaches, endless summers, abundant shells, seafood
and relaxed lifestyle, it is no wonder this town has become
world renowned. The safe beaches are perfect for bathing
and all water sports, making it a popular weekend getaway
In recent years, Jeffreys Bay has experienced
substantial growth, and real estate
is now a major industry in the town. In fact, it
has comfortably exceeded the national property growth rate
for the last three years.
this, Jeffreys Bay is
still one of the most affordable coastal towns in the region,
making investing in property a very good choice.
Another good reason for investing now,
is the fact that Jeffreys Bay, being close to Port Elizabeth,
stands to benefit from the influx of participants in and
visitors to the Football
World Cup of 2010.
Game Reserves Nearby.
There are 3 small reserves to be explored in Jeffreys Bay, namely Seekoei Nature Reserve, Kabeljous Nature Reserve and the Noorsekloof Nature Reserve.
Places of Interest.
A short distance inland will take you
to one of the many places of interest, such as the Addo
Elephant Park, Shamwari Game Reserve, the Baviaanskloof
Reserve and the Tsitsikama National Park.
Shamwari Game Reserve.
See the "Big Five"
Winner of the "World's Leading Safari
and Game Reserve" 1998 - 2004 World Travel Awards.
Addo Elephant Park.
The Addo Elephant Park, 72 km from Port
Elizabeth is home to a breeding herd of over 400 elephants.
The Park was proclaimed in 1931 to save the Eastern Cape
Elephant and Cape Buffalo from extinction. The dense Addo
bush offers some of the best elephant viewing in Africa
whilst providing sanctuary to a myriad of birds, the Black
Rhino, various antelope species as well as the unique flightless