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East London

Kenings offers the best deals on vehicle rentals throughout the country that make it easy for you to travel and take in the sites, your way.

Our extensive range of affordable, reliable cars can be rented from our branches nationwide, including in our outlets in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Port ElizabethEast London, and Mthatha.

With Kenings you can travel South Africa at your pace, in your way, and in comfort.
Here are some places that a vehicle from Kenings can take you to in East London.

Things to do in

EAST LONDON

East London’s Beaches

East London’s Beaches

East London's stunning beaches, which receive relatively warm water thanks to the Indian Ocean currents, are one of its best features. The city's three most well-known strands are located between the Nahoon River to the north and the Buffalo River mouth to the south.

Inkwenkwezi private game reserve

Inkwenkwezi private game reserve

One of the region’s top safari parks, this 4000-hectare reserve is known for its biodiversity with rhinos, elephants, white lions, and over 180 different species of birdlife.

East London Lion Park

East London Lion Park

This is a delightful location where lots of chickens and rabbits roam freely. At the entrance, you may buy food to feed the animals.

Nahoon Point Nature Reserve

Nahoon Point Nature Reserve

Because of its diverse topography and ecoregions, the Nahoon Point Nature Reserve is notable. It consists of rocky shores that are intriguing to explore, large expanses of sandy beaches, and bays. Coastal woodland also covers the sand dunes.

Mpongo Private Game Reserve

Mpongo Private Game Reserve

For tourists who don't have enough time to visit one of South Africa's national parks, Mpongo Private Game Reserve is a superb safari choice located around 35 kilometres northwest of East London. The park, which spans more than 3,500 hectares of conservation land, gives visitors the opportunity to see four of the "Big Five".

The Venom Pit Snake Park

The Venom Pit Snake Park

With a focus on African snakes like mambas, giant adders, dwarf adders, African pythons, cobras, and file snakes as well as a few exotic species, the park looks after a collection of more than a thousand reptiles from all over the world.