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Activities in the Area



Jeffreys Bay is world-renowned for its surfing spots Many who take to the breaks consider Jeffreys Bay the world's premier surfing spot.

Supers Surfing

The waves here can get large (up to 10 - 12 feet). They are very fast, and as the name suggests, getting tubed is the name of the game. The swell usually runs in the winter months. Having surfed Supers when it’s working, you will be stoked for years.


Boneyards is right next to Supers. You will be able to recognise it with ease, as it is the spot where the waves are breaking almost perfectly, but there are only one or two guys sitting out there. Don't be fooled, this is a locals only break and they take it as a serious offence if an outsider decides to surf there.


Point is situated further down the beach, towards Kabeljous. The waves here tend to be a little smaller than those at Boneyards and Supers. The difference is that you will have a much longer ride here than at the other two. This is also the place that the guys surf when there is a competition on at Supers and they need to warm up or are not in the competition.


Horseback Rides at Papies fontein:

Just 10 km outside Jeffreys Bay and 70 km from Port Elizabeth, between the Gamtoos and Kabeljous rivers, lies the farm Papiesfontein. Here, on this special piece of land, the unique combination of bush, river and beach come together to offer you an unforgettable ride.


Seaview Game and Lion Park:

Situated just 25 kilometres from the Port Elizabeth beachfront and associated attractions, Seaview Game and Lion Park offers a unique experience. Visitors can play with tame lion cubs varying in age from four to nine months depending on the time of year.

Along with this rare interaction, guests can have a close-up viewing experience of wildlife such as giraffe, zebra, antelope, jackals and wildebeest in their natural habitat. Lynx, warthogs and meerkat live in large, individual enclosures in the sanctuary area.



The golfing enthusiast is in for some great golfing in and around Jeffrey’s and, due to the temperate Eastern Cape climate, this is an activity that can be enjoyed year-round.

- Jeffreys Bay Golf Club

- Zwartenbosch golf estate

- St Francis Links Golf Course


Dolphin Beach:

Dolphin Beach is the main beach in Jeffreys Bay. This wide stretch of soft white sand, lapped by the ever constant waves of the Indian Ocean has been awardedBlue Flag status – an international award for beaches that meet stringent safety, environmental and facilities standards. With well trained, fully equipped lifeguards on duty, Dolphin Beach provides peace of mind for families as they enjoy a day of fun in the sun.


Jolly Dolphin:

The Jolly Dolphin is well known throughout South Africa for the place to be during a visit or holiday in Jeffreys Bay. Jolly Dolphin is known as the party ship to socialise with friends and be entertained with live shows and music with the perfect sea view and holiday feeling.


Shell Museum:

Jeffreys Bay has always been known for its beautiful shells so it stands to reason that the town should have a Shell Museum. The more than 600 shells from species all of the world makes it one of the largest shell collections in South Africa and attracts shell fanatics from all over the globe.


Surfing Museum at Super Tubes:

Essentially, Jeffreys Bay is one of the top ten surfing destinations in the world, so to have a surf museum in this typically surf driven town was always a must.

Walking through the museum immediately makes one aware of that special magic which exists between the surfer and the ocean, the realization that only a surfer truly knows the feeling...


Kabeljous River Nature Reserve:

This reserve covers 180 ha of the Kabeljous River Estuary near Jeffrey's Bay, and provides sanctuary to a number of water fowl. The dunes protect the nests of the African Black Oyster Catcher. Duiker and other small buck take refuge along the coastal vegetation. A 3 hour circular trail is open to the public, and is used both as a walking trail and a horse trail.


Seekoei River Nature Reserve:

Just South of Jeffreys Bay, at the little resort of Aston Bay, lies the Seekoei River Nature Reserve. This reserve is established to protect the water birds living around the mouth of the river. Some smaller game species can also be spotted here.


Die Walskipper Restaurant:

Die Walskipper restaurant in Jeffreys Bay is right on the beach - you couldn’t get closer! The food is scrumptious, cooked on open fires or in clay ovens and definitely the best seafood in town.

JBay Self-Catering Accommodation Rates:
We charge per unit

A short walk down to the beach


Seester Strandhuis
17 Uys street
Jeffreys Bay
Eastern Cape
Tel: +27(0) 42 293 4397
+27 (0) 83 556 4163
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34 02 46.31 South
24 55 35.92 East

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