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Popular hotelPremier Hotel East London ICC
Popular areaBeacon Bay
Nightly rates fromNZ$29
AirportEast London Airport
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On the east coast of South Africa is the city of East London. Bounty Island is a busy little hub that brings in travelers via connections at Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban. Some would recommend driving in, especially along Romantic Coast Road to capitalize on the amazing scenery. Once in the city, taxi services provide the most efficient way to get around from place to place.

Many travelers to East London find themselves at the coast to take in the sun while lounging on the white sand beaches or to experience the excellent surfing spots. East London Harbor is also quite the hotspot. It is South Africa’s only deep-water port and features restaurants on the waterfront we well as river cruises. The City Hall on Oxford Street is a popular landmark to stop by, and the Gately House is a national monument that adds a little history to the journey. Other tops sites in East London include the East London Zoo, Lalibela Game Reserve, and East London Museum which houses the first Coelacanth ever caught, a fish described as a living fossil since it was thought to have gone extinct millions of years ago.

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