Popular for its long stretches of sandy beach and a strong emphasis on nature Oyster Bay is a wonderful place to stay amidst woods, sand dunes, river deltas, wetlands, lagoons and roaming horses.
This part of the Eastern Cape, in which Oyster Bay lies, has an extremely large coastal and marine biological diversity caused mainly by its being a transition zone between cold and warm sea currents. As a result there are some pretty unique ecological and archaeological developments, such as the wind-rift dune ridges - two parallel ridges at Oyster Bay that are 12 kilometres long and rise as high as 177 metres - and some unique examples of dune fynbos on the dune ridges that contain 24 threatened plant species.
From here you can follow Route 62 or the Garden Route, or remain within the sanctuary of Oyster Bay and fish, swim, mountain bike and hike. Oytser Bay accommodatiion is great if are planning a quiet and tranquil getaway. Accommodation in Oyster Bay is offered in refreshng self-catering units, bed and breakfastsa dnguest lodges.