This is the last post in this week's Sundays River Ferry series. After cruising down the river and climbing the dunes, this is the view you get of the river mouth.
The Sundays River is said to be the fastest flowing river in South Africa. It was originally known as the Nukakamma (Grassy River) by the Khoisan because the river's banks are always green and grassy. The river has it's source in the Compassberg mountains (the highest mountain in the Eastern Cape) near Nieu-Bethesda. From here it flows past Graaff-Reinet in a horse shoe, through the Karoo, the Zuurberg Mountains, past Kirkwood and Addo in the fertile Sundays River before getting to this point about 40km east of Port Elizabeth.