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About Port Edward

Port Edward village is located about 150 km south of Durban on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Port Edward is named after the Prince of Wales, Prince Edward and has a delightful beach that overlooks a hill known as ‘Tragedy Hill’.

With breathtaking views of the ocean, frolicking dolphin... read more

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Port Edward village is located about 150 km south of Durban on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Port Edward is named after the Prince of Wales, Prince Edward and has a delightful beach that overlooks a hill known as ‘Tragedy Hill’.

With breathtaking views of the ocean, frolicking dolphins, the occasional visiting whale, a busy sea traffic lane in the background and lazy waves breaking onto a clean beach, Port Edward is destined to make even the shortest visit, a memorable one. The coast is well known for its shipwrecks and in 1878 ‘The Ivy’ ran aground on the beach. The locals realized that’s its cargo contained hundreds of cases of wine, beer and spirits. You can imagine what happened next.