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Accommodation In Kini Bay
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Kini Bay Tourism Information
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About 20km from Port Elizabeth, Kini Bay manages to give the impression that it is far from civilisation - the purely residential village is surrounded by natural vegetation and Kini Bay's calm and quaintness make it a perfect getaway from the city. The beach has a beautiful rock pool made for swimming, fishing and snorkelling and frequent sightings of dolphins enchant visitors, as do whales during the whale

About 20km from Port Elizabeth, Kini Bay manages to give the impression that it is far from civilisation - the purely residential village is surrounded by natural vegetation and Kini Bay's calm and quaintness make it a perfect getaway from the city. The beach has a beautiful rock pool made for swimming, fishing and snorkelling and frequent sightings of dolphins enchant visitors, as do whales during the whale season.

Kini Bay is on the Sunshine Coast between Algoa Bay and Jeffreys Bay and is renowned as a great place for shelling and fishing. It is also in the heart of a number of conservancies, including the Seaview Conservancy. Active in the villages of Kini Bay, Seaview and Beachview the members are passionate about conserving marine life and have a number of Adopt-a-Beach groups to tackle pollution from boats and man!

Kini Bay is ideally situated for day trips to some exciting destinations: Seaview Lion Park, Kragga Kama Game Park, Addo Elephant Park and Shamwari Game Park.