For an exotic getaway that you'll treasure more with every visit, consider the Kowie River Chalets, on South Africa's eastern seaboard. Yes, salt air and river views can be enjoyed at many places in the world. Not many of those others also offer the chance to see Nelson Mandela's home and the Big Eight of wildlife creatures nearby, possibly all in a single day.
The Kowie River Chalets are located ideally in casually charming Port Alfred, where the Kowie flows into the Indian Ocean. A stay here comes with a multitude of attractive activity choices. Should you book a river cruise, rent a canoe, take a day trip to Nelson Mandela's boyhood village of Qunu, tee off at the nearby royal golf course, go antiquing on Wharf Street or try your hand at deep-sea fishing or whale watching? If you decide to take some time at the beach to think it all over, this province has some of South Africa's most beautiful, including many excellent for shelling.
A Terrific Location for your South Africa timeshare
The Kowie River Chalets provide a peaceful base for all this activity. Unforgettable beach and river views abound across the hilly grounds. When it's time for a dip, beautiful native landscaping around the on-site swimming pool provides a sense of mystique to enhance the serene environment.
Expect to be delighted nightly by the comfort of your Kowie River Chalets timeshare unit. Each boasts three bedrooms and two baths over two stories and is light and bright, with plenty of windows and rustic, clear-lacquered wood furniture. Each chalet accommodates up to six travelers for your South Africa timeshare adventure.
Time to Take a Safari
Once you've torn yourself away from the resort, if you happen to see not only whales but dolphins and sharks from your whale-watching boat, you can mark three of the Big Eight off of your wildlife tally card. Head inland to catch the other five: leopard, lion, buffalo, rhino and elephant. Count yourself lucky on the way that your South Africa timeshare is a convenient drive from the Addo Elephant National Park!
Stop off first at the fully equipped kitchen to refrigerate any fish you caught or picked up that morning. You can grill them later on your unit's barbeque(known locally as a braai), perhaps with a drizzling of the excellent local pineapple juice.
Then head to the park. It's home to more than 450 elephants, giving it the world's densest elephant population. Even better, you can spot at least two more of the Big Eight there: Cape buffalo and black rhinos. If you hope to see all of your Big Eight in one day, try a local game preserve next. The Shamwari is one of the country's largest.
Despite its exotic appeal, a South Africa timeshare is just as completely practical a holiday option as timeshare anywhere else. House a good-sized traveling party together in comfort and make everyone's favorite meals, without requiring many budget-busting dinners out. Who's clever at finding vacation value? You are, when you rent or buy a Port Alfred timeshare here at BuyaTimeshare.com.