Sundays River Mouth and the beach that accompanies it are awesome reflections of the beauty of the Eastern Cape. The river itself is spectacular, and the mouth’s waters are calm and warm; ideal for swimming, fishing or just cooling one’s feet.
The Sundays River Mouth is situated on the southern boundary of the world-renowned Addo Elephant National Park.
The beach boasts some of the highest dunes in the country and remains relatively untouched. The hot white sand and cool river waters are just perfect, whether you are looking to have a family day in the water, a romantic picnic for two, or a sundowner after a long day.
The double-decker Sundays River Ferry is the ideal way to experience the river, and promises awesome views and a few impressive bird sightings. It is said to be the fastest flowing river in the country.
The Sundays River flows in a general southeasterly direction, passing the town Graaff-Reinet in the Karoo before winding its way through the Zuurberg Mountains and then past Kirkwood and Addo in the fertile Sundays River Valley.

24° 35' 9.6", -32° 53' 45.6"