The Wild Coast

The Eastern Cape Province covers approximately one thousand kilometres between the Bloukrans River and Kwa-Zulu Natal. Offering adventure seekers access to a wild, rugged, untamed and often inaccessible coastline. One of the more ‘off the beaten track’ destinations.


The Wild Coast which runs from East London to the wild , wacky, weird Port-St-Johns, gives visitors the opportunity to experience some of the best beaches on the coast of South Africa, warm waters and plunging cliffs. It is also the traditional homeland of the Xhosa, the Transkei. Popular for fishing, surfing, sand-surfing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, paragliding, and biking, as well as authentic cultural activities.


The towns and villages along the coast can only be reached along small side roads off the mail road to Durban. These are often gravel which are poorly maintained. Progress is slow slow and arduous – but incredibly beautiful and breath taking scenery. Some interesting destinations are

Cintsa, Haga Haga, Morgan Bay, Kei Mouth, Qolora Mouth, Mazeppa Bay, The Haven,  Hole -in-the-Wall,  Coffee Bay and Port-St-Johns.



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