The Cape Recife Nature Reserve is spread over 366 hectares and offers a 9 kilometre walking trail through which you can explore the entire reserve. Unspoilt beaches, natural dune vegetations, rocky outcrops and a lighthouse, are some of the best features of the natural reserve. An old military observation post and a bird hide are also considered as the best bird watching venues around Port Elizabeth.
You can get the entrance permits from Pine Lodge Resort located just at its entrance.
Cape Recife Nature Reserve Travel Tips
- Pre booking is recommended
- Wear comfortable shoes
- Carry your lunch and water
Entrance Ticket Details For Cape Recife Nature Reserve
- Price of permits: Weekly=R32.10 per vehicle, annual (July - end June of each year); R163 .30 - reduced to half price from 1 February of each year.
- Cost for entry to the lighthouse is Adults = R25 / cost for Children = R15
Cape Recife Nature Reserve Hours
- A natural attraction, best visited during day time
How to Reach Cape Recife Nature Reserve
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24.36% of people who visit Port Elizabeth include Cape Recife Nature Reserve in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
53.85% of people start their Cape Recife Nature Reserve visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Cape Recife Nature Reserve
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cape Recife Nature Reserve
People normally club together South End Museum and South African Marine Rehabilitation And Education Centre while planning their visit to Cape Recife Nature Reserve.