Things To Do in Coffee Bay

Coffee Bay is situated on the Wild Coast, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Coastal Hike to Hole In The Wall

Where? Coffee Bay
A scenic hike from Coffee Shack along the magnificent coastline, passing Baby Hole and Hlungwane Waterfall. Hole In The Wall is a spectacular natural feature carved out of a huge mass of rock by milllions of ...

Coffee Bay Beach

Where? Coffee Bay
Coffee Bay is one of South Africa’s most popular backpacking getaways, and welcomes thousands of international tourists to its coastline every year. There is an irresistible vibe here that infuses every ...

Hiking Port St Johns To Coffee Bay

Where? Port St Johns
The Wild Coast is, undeniably, one of the world’s most spectacular areas. The best way to experience its raw, unspoilt beauty is to explore it leisurely, as opposed to whizzing past it in a car. Hiking from ...

Lwandile Bay Beach

Where? Coffee Bay
Lwandile Bay Beach is part of the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast and is approximately 300 miles long. This is a relatively unexplored beach and so is in pristine condition. In the winter months you’ll enjoy this as ...

Make A Drum And Have A Bite To Eat At Jahdrums

Where? Coffee Badge
Jahdrums in Coffee Bay is a drum factory where you can make your very own traditional drum and learn how to play it. If you don’t want to make your own, you can purchase professionally made ones. There ...

Mdumbi Beach

Where? Near to Coffee Bay
The Wild Coast of South Africa extends up the eastern side of the country, and is characterised by its rural charm and undeniable beauty. Mud huts are dotted along the greenery of the landscape, and the ...

Whale Watching In The Eastern Cape

Where? Bluewater Bay
Between July and December of every year, the Eastern Cape coastline is frequented by Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales. These animals glide past the shore; breaching, lobtailing and spy-hopping as ...

M'bashe Lighthouse

Where? Port St Johns
The M'bashe lighthouse lies on the wild coast, part way between East London and Port St Johns and just down the road from a little holiday resort that has been there for decades, known as The Haven. It was ...

Emerald Vale Brewery

Where? Cintsa
Here at Emerald Vale is where you will find craft beer at its best. Using all natural ingredients with a simple process of rain water, hops, malted barley and yeast is how we create a variety of tastes. You ...

Poenskop Beach

Where? Port St Johns
Poenskop beach lies to the north of Port St Johns and is one of the most isolated beaches on the Wild Coast. As you make your way to Poenskop, a few huts will be passed en route, but there is really ...

Lwandile Bay Beach

Where? Coffee Bay
Lwandile Bay Beach is part of the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast and is approximately 300 miles long. This is a relatively unexplored beach and so is in pristine condition. In the winter months you’ll enjoy this as ...

Haga Haga Beach

Where? Haga Haga
If you’re after a beach holiday without the crowds then the Haga Haga Beach is where you should head. This small seaside village located on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape has the most magnificent beach. ...

Bulungula Beach

Where? Mthatha
South Africa’s Wild Coast is a spectacular place of rugged coastline, rolling jade-coloured hills, forests, wild seas, and friendly people. It is almost entirely rural, creating a destination of culturally ...

Jesters Coffee Shop

Where? Port St Johns
Jesters Coffee shop on Main Street in Port St Johns is a suprising little oasis. Sit in the eclectic garden (think garden gnomes, the odd parking meter and recycled materials as decor), and enjoy home-made ...

Coffee Bay Beach

Where? Coffee Bay
Coffee Bay is one of South Africa’s most popular backpacking getaways, and welcomes thousands of international tourists to its coastline every year. There is an irresistible vibe here that infuses every ...

Mazeppa Bay First Beach

Where? Mazeppa Bay
The small fishing village of Mazeppa Bay is nestled along the Wild Coast of South Africa and is seldom visited by tourists. As such, it is peaceful and quiet, boasting spectacular vistas to enjoy while ...

The Gap & Blow Hole

Where? Port St Johns
Water is forced into a narrow gully which ends in a natural chimney-like hole from which the water, at the incoming tide, shoots into the air for about 20 meters. A warning to the venturesome: Do not try to ...

Bird Watching at Umzimvubu Retreat

Where? Port St Johns
Over 40 species of birds have been identified at Umzimvubu Retreat alone, including the rare Cape Parrot. Many other spots provide excellent bird watching like the forests, the bass dam for water birds, First ...

Wild Coast Horse Trails

Where? Kei Mouth
Escape with Wild Coast Horse Trails on an exciting horseback vacation along the stunning Wild Coast of South Africa. Explore nature and the wilderness of rural Africa on fit, well trained horses. Canter ...

Horse riding on the Beach

Where? Morgans Bay
Cher-a-Don Mkulu Kei Horse Trails, the best of equestrian holidays, offers a selection of well-trained horses for your riding holiday. An owner-run horse trail company, established in 1998 offering guided ...

The Morgan Bay Hotel Restaurant

Where? Morgans Bay
This fabulous Morgan Bay Hotel restaurant offers fresh ingredients blended to create quality food. The culinary skills displayed here are exemplary which is clear by their extensive and very original ...

Ferry Point, Long Beach and Agate Terrace Hike

Where? Port St Johns
The ferry service runs from dawn to dusk at a nominal charge (the path next to the Library will take you to the ferry). It takes you across to the other side of the river, where you can take a walk along the ...

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