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Grysbok Environmental Education Trail

NMMU in Port Elizabeth offers game drives, in what is probably a South African first for a university, through its premises within a 720-hectare nature reserve on the southern tip of Algoa Bay.

The coastal fynbos / subtropical thicket mosaic , which is the largest area of protected dune fynbos in the country, is home to a myriad of antelope, Zebra and fascinating bird species like the rare Roseate Tern and even predators like Caracal.

The tours, led by FGASA registered field guide Alan Fogarty, include
a visit to the 158-year-old Cape Recife lighthouse.

NMMU registered students qualify for a discount on these tours - with a minimum of 4 passengers per tour. 

Enquiries: 072 358 4634 (Alan).   

Alan Tours/Safaris - info@alantours.co.za  www.alantours.co.za