Port St Johns, Wild Coast

Bird Watching at Umzimvubu Retreat

Birding / Sight Seeing in or near Port St Johns, Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in Port St JohnsBird Watching at Umzimvubu Retreat

Birding Sight Seeing Wild Coast

Where? Umzimvubu Retreat, Golf Course Drive, First Beach, Port St Johns, Wild Coast

When? Best during daylight hours.

How? Call +27 (0)47 564-1741

How much? Price on request

More? See website

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Port St Johns, in Eastern Cape

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 Beach for seagulls, fish eagles and other birds.

There are a number of Bird Books available in the dining room for guests staying at Umzimvubu Retreat to browse through, or ask your hosts for more information.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Port St Johns

Umngazi River Bungalows & Spa

Hotel

Umngazi River Bungalows & Spa

The Wild Coast may be South Africa’s most spectacular and yet least touristy region with its rocky coastline, indigenous ... more

Outspan Inn

Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering

Outspan Inn

Situated on the mouth of the Umzimvubu River the Outspan Inn offers comfortably furnished bedrooms, fifteen double rooms ... more

N'taba River Lodge

Hotel

N'taba River Lodge

Set in amazing tropical gardens on the banks of the Umzimvubu River, N'taba River Lodge is a family resort offering the ... more

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