The Cape Recife Nature Reserve so has the potential to be Port Elizabeth's Cape Point Nature Reserve, just without the cliffs. What I'm saying is that so few people really go to Cape Recife yet there is so much to do and experience. Some of the options are visiting SAMREC, doing the Roseate Tern Hiking Trail, bird watching, fish, exploring the rock pools at low tide, walking along the beach, tons and tons of photo opportunities and for those who prefer it slipping off to Secrets nude beach. The big land mark in reserve is the Cape Recife Lighthouse built in 1851. Just a pity its not open to visitors at the moment.