Tourist Attractions in Bushman's River Mouth, Western Region, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Bushman's River Mouth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Shipwreck Cannon Rocks

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Diaz Rocks

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Diaz Cross from the Air

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Bushman's River Mouth Attractions
Sibuya Game Reserve: less than 5 km
Dias Cross Memorial: 6 km
Bathurst Agricultural Museum: 36 km
Nearby Towns
Cannon Rocks

The Stables
The Stables in Bushman's River Mouth, Eastern Cape
The holiday house is well-situated close to many of this area's attractions, including game reserves, pristine beaches, the Cannon Rocks and Alexandria Hiking Trial, and a variety of sheltered bays for snorkelling, fishing and other water sports.
Dreamers Villa @ Bushmans
Dreamers Villa @ Bushmans in Bushman's River Mouth, Eastern Cape
Dreamers Villa has the rare quality of being a Beach House with a farm like atmosphere and has a real holiday ambience. It has three bedrooms, sharing two and a half bathrooms. The TV Room has a sleeper couch. A fourth large en-suite bedroom is available

The little village of Bushman's River Mouth lies just across the Bushman's River from Kenton-on-Sea on the Sunshine Coast, which stretches from St Francis Bay, Jeffrey's Bay and PE in the west to East London in the east.

Bushman's River Mouth has a calm estuary and long stretches of sandy beach, which is perfect for river and beach activities. It is also within easy reach of the Schotia Safaris and the Shamwari Game Reserve. On its doorstep too are the Emlanjeni, Kariega and Sibuya Game Reserves as well as the Alexandria Hiking Trail.

The Bushman's River offers a 22km stretch of open water and is the 2nd-longest navigable river in South Africa. The river is unspoiled, mostly due to the various game reserves along its upper stretches, and some plant species are protected in the area. Across the river, towards Kenton-on-Sea, are beautiful sheltered bays and rocky coves ideal for beach combing and snorkelling.