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Island Vibe Backpackers

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1.2km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Perched on a dune with a 270 degree view of the Indian Ocean, this sea-view Eden provides the perfect setting for any beach bum. Eastern Cape's excellent surfing spot!... More...

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Ubuntu Backpackers

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1.6km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Comfortable and relaxed, Ubuntu overlooks the world-class surf spots of
J-Bay, offering FREE breakfast & FREE WIFI ,and is a 1 minute walk to the
shell-rich beach...... More...

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Beach Bums Dijembe

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2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
9.1
Superb 25
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  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Welcome to our new hostel Beach Bums Dijembe at Jeffrey's Bay.... More...

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Jeffreys Bay Backpackers

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430.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 53
Free WiFi

Our hostel is ideally located in the center of town, just a short stroll from the surf city's main beach as well as the restaurants and factory shops which are chock-a-block with bargains.

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A1 Kynaston B&B

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3.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 9
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A warm welcome from your hosts Sharon and Paul awaits you you arrive at their long established Guest House and self-catering units in Jeffreys Bay, home of the perfect wave in Eastern Cape...... More...

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The surfing capital of South Africa, Jeffreys Bay is considered one of the world’s best spots to ride the waves. J-Bay, as locals call it, is on South Africa’s Eastern Cape and was a sleepy village before surfers discovered its perfect breaks. Today it’s a thriving beach town and a popular stop on the Garden Route drive from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Come to test yourself on the Indian Ocean’s rollers or chill on wide stretches of sand and soak up the beach life vibes.

You can stay in a hostel in Jeffreys Bay perched on a sand dune with 270-degree vistas across the Indian Ocean, where every room has uninterrupted views of the crashing waves. Look for a Jeffreys Bay hostel steps from the world-famous Supertubes surf spot or stay in the centre of town, surrounded by restaurants and surf shops a short stroll from Dolphin Beach. In some places, you can wake up with fresh ground coffee and free breakfast and spend the evening cooking on the traditional braai barbecue. 

The main street in downtown Jeffreys Bay is Da Gama Road. Here you’ll find the surf village, with plenty of places to buy or hire equipment as well as other shops and restaurants. The Supertubes break is 3km from the main bathing beach, while swimming spots like Kabeljous-on-Sea are 5km away. The town is bordered by nature reserves and rivers on both sides, with kilometres of pristine beach to wander along as you try to spot dolphins and whales. 

Fans flock to see the pros in action during the annual World Surf League competition. The rest of the year, experienced surfers can attempt to ride one of the best waves in the world and plenty of places have lessons for beginners too. Jeffreys Bay is also known for the rich variety of shells found on its shore and some of the most beautiful are displayed in the Shell Museum. Fresh seafood is another big draw here, especially the calamari, and you'll find plenty of restaurants along the coast.

Jeffreys Bay is small enough to get around on foot or by bike. Long-distance buses run between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, and these stop in Jeffreys Bay at the junction of St Francis St and the N2 road. Regular buses to Port Elizabeth leave from the same stop, with the trip taking about 90 minutes. Port Elizabeth International Airport is 90km away and a transfer via car or shuttle takes around an hour.

We have 5 hostels in Jeffreys Bay with an average rating of 9.1 based on 844 reviews 5 of 5 properties available in Jeffreys Bay

About Jeffreys Bay

The surfing capital of South Africa, Jeffreys Bay is considered one of the world’s best spots to ride the waves. J-Bay, as locals call it, is on South Africa’s Eastern Cape and was a sleepy village before surfers discovered its perfect breaks. Today it’s a thriving beach town and a popular stop on the Garden Route drive from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Come to test yourself on the Indian Ocean’s rollers or chill on wide stretches of sand and soak up the beach life vibes.

You can stay in a hostel in Jeffreys Bay perched on a sand dune with 270-degree vistas across the Indian Ocean, where every room has uninterrupted views of the crashing waves. Look for a Jeffreys Bay hostel steps from the world-famous Supertubes surf spot or stay in the centre of town, surrounded by restaurants and surf shops a short stroll from Dolphin Beach. In some places, you can wake up with fresh ground coffee and free breakfast and spend the evening cooking on the traditional braai barbecue. 

The main street in downtown Jeffreys Bay is Da Gama Road. Here you’ll find the surf village, with plenty of places to buy or hire equipment as well as other shops and restaurants. The Supertubes break is 3km from the main bathing beach, while swimming spots like Kabeljous-on-Sea are 5km away. The town is bordered by nature reserves and rivers on both sides, with kilometres of pristine beach to wander along as you try to spot dolphins and whales. 

Fans flock to see the pros in action during the annual World Surf League competition. The rest of the year, experienced surfers can attempt to ride one of the best waves in the world and plenty of places have lessons for beginners too. Jeffreys Bay is also known for the rich variety of shells found on its shore and some of the most beautiful are displayed in the Shell Museum. Fresh seafood is another big draw here, especially the calamari, and you'll find plenty of restaurants along the coast.

Jeffreys Bay is small enough to get around on foot or by bike. Long-distance buses run between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, and these stop in Jeffreys Bay at the junction of St Francis St and the N2 road. Regular buses to Port Elizabeth leave from the same stop, with the trip taking about 90 minutes. Port Elizabeth International Airport is 90km away and a transfer via car or shuttle takes around an hour.