Oceana Beach and Wildlife Reserve

Written by David Reading

With a population of 26,000 people, Port Alfred is a small town in the Easter Cape province of South Africa. 8km outside of this beautiful and small town sits what we consider a hidden gem that can easily be forgotten about when exploring the infamous Garden Route; Oceana Beach and Wildlife Reserve. Talking Stick welcomes Oceana Beach and Wildlife Reserve

Head out of Port Elizabeth along the N2, take the R72 exit and heading towards East London you will pass through the Alexandria and Kenton on Sea. All beautiful little towns offering their own uniqueness to what will be a well worth drive to the property that sits on sand dunes of the Sunshine Coast.

Location is everything and with easy access to Port Elizabeth and East London airports and short transfer from Grahamstown Game reserves makes Oceana the ideal hub for kicking back and taking that well worth holiday for you and your loved one or the whole family.

740 hectares of wildlife reserve and 7 km of pristine private beach on the Indian Ocean, Oceana Beach and Wildlife Reserve is home to 220 bird species and 30 animal species. This private wildlife reserve is the perfect answer to the beach and bush which South Africa is so well known for. Although you will not find the big five here, you will find peace, tranquility, luxury, serenity and food and beverage that will forever leave you with everlasting memories.

With food and beverage being a major feature of the property, we must highlight the South African fine dining cuisine on offer. All the dishes are fine tuned to give you the authenticity and diversity the rainbow nation is known for. The cellar is nothing short of spectacular with wines chosen from the best South Africa vineyards.