Port Edward is situated along the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal and was named after the Price of Whales who later become Kind Edward VII.
Port Edward is a popular spot for scuba divers and surfers, as its beachfront is home to South Africa’s largest supertube. The main beach, Silver beach, is protected swimming beach and is also a great spot for fishing. Another popular attraction in Port Edward is the Sardine Run, this is when an enormous amount of sardines head up north from the Eastern Cape towards Port Edward, bringing along with them many other ocean mammals for visitors to enjoy the sight of.
If you are looking to escape the beach, Port Edward has a vast amount of forest area. Here, tourists can enjoy hikes, trail walks or even soaking up the sun among the birdlife.
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