East London Tourist Attractions
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Lying on the warm Indian Ocean, principally between the Buffalo and Nahoon rivers, East London's beaches are among the best in the country and it is well-known as a surfing mecca.
Attractions include the East London Museum which houses the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish once thought to be long-extinct, discovered live at Chalumna Mouth near East London by fishermen in 1938 and numerous statues memorialising historical people. The city is well known as a surfing mecca, and attractions include the East London Museum housing the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish, thought to be extinct, discovered live at Chalumna Mouth near East London by fishermen in 1938, and numerous memorial statues.