Close to the KwaZulu-Natal border, the reserve’s coastline stretches along 10km of rugged, rocky beaches, offering visitors a glimpse of unspoilt nature and wildlife. You will find the scenic Mkambati one of the highlights of your trip
The Museum offers visitors an inspiring journey through the life of Nelson Mandela. Known affectionately as ‘Madiba’, Nelson Mandela is loved and respected world-wide for his tireless energy to bring about a better life for all.
A scenic hike from Coffee Shack along the magnificent coastline, passing Baby Hole and Hlungwane Waterfall. The Hole in the Wall is a unique structure with a huge detached cliff that has a giant opening carved through its centre by the waves.
The Magwa Waterfall lies in the middle of the 1 800 hectare Magwa tea plantation. It is South Africa’s second highest waterfall, The curtain of water falls 144 metres & drops into a narrow canyon formed by seismic movement. Take your picnic basket along
Pristine rivers and a beautiful coastline offer world class conditions for recreation and game fishing in the Eastern Cape – home to some of the most popular fishing spots in South Africa
This iconic lighthouse was commissioned in 1902 and switched on in 1904. It was named after the HMS Hermes, a ship that undertook national surveys of the Pondoland coastal waters.
A three-day trail run for a limited number of people, The run explores the isolated beauty of the Transkei beaches, its green rolling hills, and the friendly nature of the locals.
Wildcoast trail hugs a stretch of coastline along the former Transkei homeland, and is unspoilt and barely touched by development. Walk along rolling grassy hills dotted with colourful huts, idyllic beaches, estuaries flanked by thick coastal forest and cliffs with stunning sea views
There are a variety of mapped trails in the Mbotyi vicinity for both experienced cyclist looking for a challenge and leisure cyclist looking for a gentle meander. The trails take you through the forest, up on to the grassland escarpment as well as through the magnificent tea plantation.
The Wild Coast offers horse back trails riding through awesome country, long golden sand beaches on a pristine coastline, hidden valley trails, rocky and sandy isolated bays. Locals are warm and friendly as we meander through their villages in this beautiful rural African wilderness.
On 6 June, 1960. Police opened fire on a number of insurgents fighting for agricultural reform. Today a memorial plaque sits in the shadow of the hills together with the graves of the brave insurgents. The memorial stands as reminder of the sacrifices made by these heroes
Visit one of our cultural villages an experience the warmth and hospitality of AmaMpondo. Your visit would not be complete without a live traditional dance viewing. The groups are extremely passionate and their energy and rhythm has an almost hypnotic effect on a spectator.
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