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Haga Haga, Wild Coast Self Catering

Umtendwe Beach Cottages

Sleeps 16 people in 2 units

Umtendwe Beach Cottages offer accommodation in two upmarket houses, situated on the Black Rock Farm nestled between ...

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  • 1500
  • per room per night
    based on 2 persons
  • Rooms are not airconditioned
  • Free WiFi is not offered
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Umtendwe Beach Cottages does not have a swimming pool
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome

Port Edward, Wild Coast Self Catering

De Novo Lodge

Sleeps 36 people in 6 units

De Novo Lodge has various sized accommodation chalets, a communal braai boma with two concrete braai's, a games room ...

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  • R
  • 900
  • per room per night
    based on 2 persons
  • Airconditioned rooms are offered
  • Free WiFi is not offered
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Swimming pool on site
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome

Port Edward, Wild Coast Self Catering

Ocean View Villas B2

Sleeps 4 people in 1 unit

Situated in Port Edward, Ocean View Villas B2 is a two bedroom flat that accommodates up to four guests. This luxury ...

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  • R
  • 900
  • unit rate per night
    for up to 4 people
  • Airconditioned rooms are offered
  • Free WiFi is not offered
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Swimming pool on site
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome

Butterworth, Wild Coast Guest House

Zovuyo Guesthouse

Sleeps 44 people in 22 rooms

Zovuyo Guesthouse can be found in the area of Butterworth, between East London and Umtata. Zovuyo Guesthouse offers a ...

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  • R
  • 1000
  • per room per night
    based on 2 persons
  • Rooms are not airconditioned
  • Free WiFi is not offered
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Zovuyo Guesthouse does not have a swimming pool
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome

Morgans Bay, Wild Coast Self Catering

Turn Inn Self Catering

Sleeps 18 people in 3 units

Turn-Inn overlooks the Incarha lagoon in Morgan Bay and offers its guests privacy, comfort and relaxation. The ...

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  • 1100
  • per room per night
    based on 2 persons
  • Rooms are not airconditioned
  • Free WiFi is available
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Turn Inn Self Catering does not have a swimming pool
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome

Bisho, Wild Coast Bed & Breakfast

Aganang Bakoena Bed & Breakfast

Sleeps 8 people in 4 rooms

Aganang Bakoena offers accommodation in Bisho in the Wild Coast. Expect fantastic service and a warm welcome. Choose ...

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  • 650
  • per room per night
    based on 2 persons
  • Airconditioned rooms are offered
  • Free WiFi is available
  • No airport transfers
  • Free parking is available
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Aganang Bakoena Bed & Breakfast does not have a swimming pool
  • All ages are not allowed, some age groups may be allowed, please confirm

Cintsa, Wild Coast Self Catering

Sea Haven Self Catering

Sleeps 8 people in 1 unit

Situated just 1km from the beach in the picturesque seaside village of Cintsa East, this double storey house is the ...

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  • R
  • 3000
  • unit rate per night
    for up to 8 people
  • Rooms are not airconditioned
  • Free WiFi is not offered
  • No airport transfers
  • No free parking
  • Pets are allowed by prior arrangement
  • Sea Haven Self Catering does not have a swimming pool
  • Family friendly, children of all ages are welcome
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Why you might choose to stay on the Wild Coast

As its name suggests, the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape that extends between the Mtamvuna River in the north and the Great Kei River to the south, is an untamed wilderness. The Wild Coast is an incredible, unassuming combination of breath-taking coastline, precipitous and craggy cliff faces, wild and desolate beaches, secluded bays and green rolling hills that rush headlong into deeply etched river valleys. Did you know? Once you've booked your hotel or Wild Coast accommodation, explore the town and destination pages below for info on attractions, activities and things to do when you explore the Wild Coast region of South Africa. Included in the Wild Coast is what used to be the Transkei, which, largely due to lack of infrastructure, past neglect, and the fact that it isnít easy to Ďfly iní for a weekend, has ensured that the well over 200 kilometre coastline is virtually inaccessible to all but those prepared to hike it, or venture forth on horseback. The beauty of the coastline is interfered with by few, and aside from the odd collection of thatched rondavel huts, is virtually uninhabited. This Wild Coast area acted as a border for much of the 18th and 19th centuries, when it was rife with conflict between British colonists and the rural Xhosa people who lived a colourful and richly cultural existence in this beautiful region.

The birth place of Nelson Mandela is an effortlessly unspoiled land that claims to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Did you know? The Wild Coast is about hours spent on beaches, ambles along white sand, meeting cows at river mouths, Xhosa huts, coffee out of tin mugs, pot-holed dirt roads, cliff hikes, river canoeing, horseback rides and surfing. Stay in the area to enjoy all it has to offer by choosing your favourite Wild Coast accommodation.

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