Aaaahhhh, Sardinia Bay. One of my absolute favorite places. Last week we went to Sards for the first time since lock down started for sunset. And a beautiful sunset it was. It is winter though and as soon as the sun is gone it gets cold so we didn't hang around much longer. I did … Continue reading Sards dune ridge
The dune at Sardinia Bay is probably the best and most popular spot in Port Elizabeth to enjoy a beautiful sunset. We haven't been for ages and I got tired of seeing other people post photos of it on Facebook, so on Tuesday afternoon I made a suggestion to go when I got home from … Continue reading Sunset at Sardinia Bay
This week's Video Friday post is another of Renaldo Gouws' aerial drone videos, this time of what is probably Port Elizabeth's most special beach. Sardinia Bay. Enough said.
A group of people setting off on the very popular Sacramento Tail between Schoenmakerskop and Sardinia Bay during the late afternoon.
While walking in the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve last weekend I realised that you don't need to travel to the West Coast to see flowers. We also have a huge variety of wild flowers in bloom during spring. We may not have the quantity but we definitely have the variety and the beauty.
After a morning of mowing the law and doing some things around the house I headed out for a spot of Geocaching this afternoon. Rather than just doing a few park and grab caches, I opted to go for a walk in the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve and pick up a series of 12 caches … Continue reading A selfie while walking in the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve
Chasing the Rainbow is a fellow travel blog based here in Port Elizabeth. The blog is done by Sarah and Ralph Dirsuwei and covers mostly family travel which means that they involve their three sons Jacob, Luke and Cian. The family lives in the Sardinia Bay area within the Sardinia Bay Conservancy. For the last few months Jacob has … Continue reading Animals in the Sardinia Bay Conservancy – Chasing the Rainbow
The view west from the top of the dune by the parking area at Sardinia Bay. It can't be denied that we have some of the most beautiful scenery in the country right here on our doorstep.
The Sardinia Bay migrating dune has now decided that it is time to occupy the parking area as well. The entrance to the parking area now barely has space for one car to pass through and I'm sure it won't be long before a new plan will have to be made.
Drama Princess enjoying the view of the Sardinia Bay coastline from the top of the migrating dune at the parking area after our caching walk last weekend.