Makana Tourism - Grahamstown - Alicedale - Riebeeck East - Salem - Seven Fountains - Sidbury

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Molo Makana / Welcome to Makana

The City of Grahamstown together with the nearby towns of Alicedale and Riebeeck East and the quaint villages of Fort Brown, Salem, Seven Fountains and Sidbury make up the Makana Municipality in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. French Text German Text


This region also forms part of the popular Frontier Country route - so named because it was literally the 19th century frontier between the British Cape Colony and the Xhosa territories.  It was the scene of first contact, cultural clashes, confusion and, inevitably, conflict.  Much of what happened here set the tone for South Africa's turbulent multi-cultural history.

Fast gaining in popularity, our small part of the world offers visitors easy access to the unspoilt beaches of the Sunshine Coast and premier game reserves in a malaria -and bilharzia-free environment. View the Big 5, enjoy our spectacularly rugged scenery, immerse yourself in our rich history and enjoy our warm hospitality!

Featured Accommodation on Makana Tourism (Click for More Info)

  • Makana Resort
    Makana Resort is situated on the fringe of the Grahamstown CBD. Any destination in the centre of Grahamstown is within easy walking distance. The resort itself could be compared to a village, with its compact, yet roomy layout. All units are private and the setting is quaint, with tree-lined roads adding to the resort's charm.
  • Belvedere B & B
    Belvedere B&B offers luxurious accommodation and is set in a lovely private garden. We are proudly graded 4 Pineapples by the Grahamstown Hospitality Guild.
  • Nan's Nest B&B
    Hospitality and friendliness are the two watch words at Nan’s Nest, so it will be easy to make yourself at home.
  • Isiqalo B&B/Self Catering
    Isiqalo B&B/Self-Catering is your home away from home in Grahamstown.

Featured Business on Makana Tourism (Click for More Info)

  • National Arts Festival
    Grahamstown has been associated with carnivals and festivals for more than 180 years as British immigrants established the tradition of celebrating landmark anniversaries on a grand scale. When a movement gained ground last century to erect a memorial to these pioneers it was agreed that it should be a “living” monument presenting festivals, conferences and other gatherings and so the National Arts Festival was born.
  • Kisma & Co
    Handmade craft shop; all our products are made by people from Grahamstown and surrounding areas.

Accommodation and Business Specials

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