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Jeffreys Bay is located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa and falls within the Sarah Baartman district run by the Kouga Municipality, 75km southwest of Port Elizabeth just off the N2 Highway.
Jeffreys Bay is famous for its Super Tubes Surfing Spot and Pro Surfing competitions. Jeffrey?s Bay is close to the popular Baviaans Kloof Nature area. The Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve is on the doorstep of Jeffreys Bay, the Shamwari Game Reserve ± 100 kilometers from Jeffreys Bay and the Addo Elephant Park is ± 100 kilometers from Jeffreys Bay.
Jeffreys Bay is one of the five most famous surfing destinations (No. 2 on the ?Best in the world? surfing list) in the world and therefore professional surfers from all over the world visit Jeffreys Bay every year for the Billabong Pro, now WSL (World Surf League) surfing competition. In 2015, Mick Fanning was attacked by a shark two minutes into the J-Bay Open finals in Jeffreys Bay. Fanning was in the water with Julian Wilson during the final of the J-Bay Open 2015 when he was attacked by what is suspected to be a great white shark. Fanning punched the shark and tried to wedge his board between the shark and his body, and he escaped from the attack physically unharmed.
Jeffreys Bay is a popular holiday town with lots of holiday accommodation, guest houses, houses, flats, townhouses and self-catering accommodation.
Jeffreys Bay now has a PoliClinic (Hospital) with all facilities and a Chemist, several restaurants, Tapas, Mc Donalds, Walskipper, Steers etc.
Jeffreys Bay has a Super Spar, Fountains Mall, with Pick N Pay and Equinox Mall with Checkers.
Jeffreys Bay High School (Secondary School) opened its doors in 2016, an educational asset long awaited by local residents.
Jeffreys Bay is a popular tourist destination because of its surfing opportunities and the Blue Flag status beach.
Jeffreys Bay is famous for abundant great seafood and calamari. The nearby Kabeljous, Seekoei and Kromme River lagoons host numerous water birds, and are also ideal for water sports like canoeing, boardsailing and fishing. Every year migrating whales make their way to Hermanus and Witsand to give birth and whales can be seen breaching almost every day during the season.
Just north east of the town on the Kabeljous River lies the Kabeljous Nature Reserve. It is a walk-about reserve, well known to anglers for a diverse number of fish. The lagoon is home to waterfowl, herons and a variety of waders. The lagoon is also home to numerous red-knobbed coots and small antelope. There is also a circular hiking trail that takes about three hours to complete. The trail starts with a trip on a raft across the lagoon and runs through Fynbos and subtropical vegetation.