Jeffreys Bay Vacation Rentals

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About Jeffreys Bay

Escape to the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean with a visit to the adventure-filled town of Jeffreys Bay! With massive, surf-friendly waves, year-round summer weather, and a plethora of exhilarating outdoor activities, this small paradise of a town is the perfect retreat from the noise and bustle of city life. Book a stay in one our Jeffreys Bay vacation rentals and get ready to get your adrenaline pumping!

Where is Jeffreys Bay, South Africa?

Jeffreys Bay is nestled like a jewel in the beautiful Eastern Cape province of South Africa, about 50 miles southwest of Port Elizabeth. Although the town maintains a mellow vibe, its warm waters have helped it grow into a first-rate destination for surfers worldwide.

Things to Do in Jeffreys Bay

If you're headed to a town that CNN has ranked the second best surf town in the world, you'd better believe you're about to see some incredible waves! The Jeffreys Bay Surf Break, located along the west side of the bay, is widely considered one of the best right-hand breaks on the planet, some of them running up to half a mile long! Whether you're an expert surfer or a novice, you'll find plenty of opportunities to hit the water, as well as dozens of local surf shops that offer lessons for families and beginners.

Of course, there's much to enjoy even if you're not a surfer. Explore the area in whatever way you desire: mountain biking, horseback riding, scuba diving - the possibilities are endless! Jeffreys Bay is also home to a gorgeous Blue Flag-designated beach, with the waters offshore offering excellent whale- and dolphin-watching. Be sure to schedule a visit to the Addo Elephant National Park, where you can spot more than 600 elephants, 400 buffaloes, and even roaming prides of lions.

Make your next visit to beautiful South Africa an adventure you'll be telling your friends about for years. Book a stay in one of our Jeffreys Bay vacation rentals for a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Photo Credit: Armin Rodler via Flickr