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Don't miss this even if you just stop for a 1 hour stroll. Loads of fauna & flora interest, helpful on-site game-ranger. The ramp path has been destroyed towards the end but you can still safely stroll through the estuary at low tide. The mangrove...More
We are a member of the Nahooners so have access to the reserve at any time. It is a favourite spot of ours if we have visitors as we can walk in the reserve safely and it is interesting varied and well maintained. it is...More
We did not have much time, but spent about two hours on the beach in the afternoon in the middle of the week in winter. Dogs are very common on the beach and families enjoy this long, shallow beach tremendously. With the headlands on both...More
My husband and I went for a walk along the river and beach. It was a beautiful calm day, just perfect. It is a pity the people of East London don’t pick up their dog poop’s. It is lovely to see families and dogs on...More
It is really lovely and the walks are easy. It also offers birding opportunities. It is easy to find and lovely for a break from the beach. The boardwalk is neglected and in places could cause an accident to an unsuspecting person enjoying the surroundings....More
Rating at 4.5. Free access. In a forest with beautiful trees in East London. Close to the river of East London and easily accessible. It has an opportunity for birding. I is good for family outings. It was formed in the year 2000