Located 15 miles south of East London, the site measures 62,85 hectares and runs along the coast from the Gulu River at its northern end towards Kidd’s beach in the south. High 40 metre dunes with wild growth forest seperate the site from the sea. There are sea views through the dunes, and dune paths give access to an extraordinary beach. The site borders some 370 hectares of land in the process of being rezoned for a Trevor Immelman Signature Links golf course, with 650 residential stands, hotel and boutique hotel sites. The land is serviced by municipal water and Eskom power and has a wooden three bedroom home. The East London regional airport is a mere ten minute drive along the R 72. The proximity of the airport is a major advantage and offers good connections to major cities in the region. The R72 has recently been upgraded and is a high quality road offering a scenic drive from the airport to the site from which there is a direct turn onto the site. As one approaches the site one crosses the Gulu River estuary surrounded by impressive dunes. The site is a place of outstanding beauty with the sound of birds and surf, and the scents from the range of wild flowers across the site making it a highly memorable place. The path through the old growth forest that covers the dunes and the surprise of emerging on the beach is an unforgettable experience. The elevation changes are subtle yet significant going from 66 meters down to 1 meter on the beach. The beach is incredible. The sand is beautiful and uncontaminated with either rock or coral. The waves are consistent and good for surfing, body boarding or bodysurfing. The site is approximately 5km from the little seaside village of Kidds Beach. Named after Charles Kidd, a former mayor of King William’s Town. Kidds Beach is all about the beach, lack of commercialisation and slowing down to a dawdle. Kidd’s beach lies on the rocky shore of the Indian Ocean, its beach an uninterrupted landscape of white sand and sea, and little else to interfere with its sheer beauty. The waves and tidal pool are renowned amongst surfers and children alike, and the surrounding hills are covered with a variety of indigenous flora and a considerable number of birds. Kidds beach is a great break from it all and getting in sync with the surrounding nature. Life is simple here, and apart from a bistro, post office, bottle store and grocery store, there is little else to do but enjoy the bay for its great swimming and shelling opportunities, and the chance to explore hidden reefs and other beaches close by.