Are you travelling to the Eastern Cape for a business meeting, seminar or conference? Don't miss out on an opportunity to explore the charming city of East London, a place where an unparalleled coastline is paired with some of the warmest hospitality around.
Post-Conference Leisure Travel near East London
Travel After A Conference In East LondonKnown also as 'Buffalo City,' East London offers great conference travel package options for delegates attending a corporate event along the Garden Route. After doing business in Port Elizabeth, take a self-drive tour along the scenic R72 to East London, also known as the 'Romantic Coast Road' where you'll be treated to magnificent views and quaint little coastal towns like Port Alfred.
Out and aboutWhen it comes to planning your travel after a conference in East London, there is certainly a great variation of activities on offer - from game drives and golfing to a rare opportunity to see the prehistoric coelacanth model.
Hit the beachEast London's glorious sub-tropical climate, warm waters and pristine shoreline have ensured that this city is renowned for its beaches. Spend your afternoons basking in the sun or enjoying the city's celebrated surfing conditions.
- Eastern beach - one of the most popular and central beaches.
- Nahoon beach - a favourite spot for surfers and swimmers.
- Orient beach - ideal for family fun with its filtered children's pool.
- Bonza Bay beach - a great picnic spot.
- Cove Rock - perfect for diving.
- Igoda beach - combine sand and surf with a wildlife walk in an adjoining nature reserve.
- Gulu beach - a secluded beach making for an undisturbed daytrip.
Play a round of golfYour East London conference travel package would not be complete without a round of golf at the East London Golf Club, which has been home to six South African opens. This world-class course is characterised by impressive ocean views, steep climbs and coastal bush.The West Bank Golf Club is yet another course which offers unmatched views and an immaculate environment. Breeze through your 18 holes and then enjoy a refreshing drink on the outside deck.
A rare encounterThe East London Museum may not sound like everyone's ideal leisure activity - but this is a museum with a difference. It houses the world's single surviving Dodo egg and a model of the prehistoric coelacanth, a fish thought to be extinct until it was rediscovered at the East London harbour in 1938. The exhibition is highly regarded internationally and is definitely a must-see.If you're doing business somewhere along the Garden Route, why not exchange your work attire for some flip flops and travel after a conference in East London? Here you will encounter hospitality that goes beyond the call of duty. East London is certainly one of South Africa's best kept secrets - a great hideaway for anyone who needs some much needed rest.
Incentive Travel Near East LondonEast London is very close to the enchanting Garden Route, making it a wonderful incentive travel option. It's a fantastic finishing line for anyone taking a scenic self-drive tour through picture perfect towns like Plettenberg Bay, Nature's Valley, Mossel Bay, Knysna and George.
What better way to reward your staff for their efforts than by sending them on a tour of a faultless coastline dotted with serene lakes and surrounded by the majestic Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains? With the Garden Route a stone's throw away, planning incentive travel near East London is an effortless task.
Plettenberg Bay, Garden RouteIncentive travel near East London would not be complete without a stopover at Plettenberg Bay. With most of the town set on a hillside that slopes down towards the sea, breathtaking views abound as far as the eye can see. There's no doubt that the spectacular Plettenberg Bay beaches are the main attraction, which is why so many battle to drag themselves away from the fine white sand and warm waters.
For those who do manage to slip away from the beach for a moment, the Plettenberg Game Reserve offers spectacular wildlife encounters and the Robberg Nature Reserve is a natural feast for the eyes. The Otter trail is not to be missed, as it is possibly the most popular hiking trail in South Africa. This 42.5km trail takes roughly five days to complete and offers exceptional views of the Garden Route.
Mossel Bay and Knysna, Garden RouteArrange for your incentive travel programme to include the exciting holiday towns of Knysna and Mossel Bay. Enjoy the mildest year-round climate, wonderful accommodation options and an abundance of water sport activities.
Ideas for Incentive Travel near East London:If you want to give your staff memories and experiences that will last, a trip along the Garden Route through Port Elizabeth and with East London as the final destination will make for an unforgettable journey. When it comes to workplace incentives, there's simply no comparison between cash rewards and incentive travel in and around South Africa - and a trip along the celebrated Garden Route is truly something special.
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