Sea-facing self-catering chalets in Port Edward, right on the verge of Black Rock
What to do in and around Port Edward
Attractions to enjoy while staying at Seaverge Chalets
For something more, Margate is the venue with its wide variety of pubs and clubs.
Whale / Dolphin Watching
Wild Coast Sun Casino
Wild Waves Water Park
Waterskiing & Boating
You’ll also find the Migamed Pharmacy in the Spar centre.
For gifts and local craft, it’s hard to beat the flea market at Uvongo on Saturday mornings. You’re sure to find bargains here and you have the satisfaction of knowing that you’re buying things straight from the people who made them. For clothes and big store names, Shelley Centre and The South Coast Mall (both in Shelley Beach) are great. The bustling resort of Margate is the place to find traditional seaside shops selling everything from fishing gear to swimming costumes, buckets and spades.
Mpenjati Nature Reserve, Umtamvuna Nature Reserve and Butterfly Valley Butterfly Farm are all worth a visit.
The Oribi Game Reserve is less than an hour’s drive. At Oribi, you can see zebra, giraffe, impala, wildebeest, baboon, and many other species all from the safety of your own vehicle.
For ‘big five’ viewing, the Hluhluwe/Umfolozi Game Reserve is amazing. As this is about five hours by car, an overnight stop is recommended. Of course, you can simply stay right here at Seaverge to enjoy the antics of the Vervet monkeys that visit us almost daily.
Restaurants & Take Aways
The Cowshed at Mattison Square makes great coffee and also offers delicious light lunches and sweet treats.
For something to snack or take home meals, we have a KFC and Tiago’s in town.The Spar also prepares fresh Sushi daily. Our local biltong shop is a walking distance away – the ideal snack to complement that G&T or glass of wine on your Seaverge patio. There is also a Take Away on the beach.