Things To Do in Bisho

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

Wild Coast WildRun

Where? Kei Mouth
A three-day trail run for a limited number of people, the Wild Coast Wild Run is regarded by those who run it as so much more than 'just' a trail run. The event has been running since 2009 and explores the ...

The Yellowwood Forest Tea Garden and Pizzeria

Where? Morgans Bay
In the serene little seaside village of Morgan Bay on the Wild Coast, itís hard to do anything but relax. The cool spray of the sea, the warm white sand underfoot, the gentle touch of the Eastern Cape sunshine ...

Thandi's Khaya

Where? Morgans Bay
The Eastern Cape Province of South Africa celebrates the Xhosa culture in many ways - from traditional African villages to the beaded arts and crafts sold in city centres. In the serene seaside village of ...

Cape Hermes Lighthouse

Where? Port St Johns
Even lighthouses have a dream of having their own sea-side patch of grass on the perfect hillside bordered by a little wooden picket fence. The big dreamers among the coastal light streamers wish for a ...

Strandloper Hiking Trail

Where? East London coastline
The Strandloper Trail runs from the Kei River Mouth to Gonubie - almot 60 kms of gorgeous beaches, rivers, cliff tops and coastal forests. Itís not called Strandloper (beach walker) for nothing. Most of ...

Cintsa Beach

Where? Cintsa
A lovely sandy beach that invites long romantic walks and long lazy days of sun-bathing. Cintsa Beach is divided by the river estuary - to the west lies a small beach that is home to a well-known backpackers ...

Ocean Xtreme

Where? Cintsa
The Indian Ocean laps the Eastern Cape coastline of South Africa for mile after beautiful mile. These warm sea waters are home to so many wonderfully exciting marine species, including whales. Ocean Xtreme is ...

Hiking in Silaka Nature Reserve

Where? Port St Johns
Silaka Nature Reserve lies on the south side of Second Beach. Park your car at the Office and take the trail along the coastline either north towards Second Beach or south towards Sugarloaf Rock. Beautiful ...

Hike to Eagles Nest

Where? Port St Johns
This is the sharp point of cliff rearing itself up from the forest edging the town entrance. The path is well defined and starts at a sign-post a few metres away from the back of the Needles Hotel, opposite ...

Mazeppa Bay Second Beach

Where? Mazeppa Bay
Mazeppa Bay is a tiny village that is situated fairly close to the popular vacation spot of Coffee Bay. It is, traditionally, a fishing village, occupied by rural folk that live off the produce of the land and ...

Wild Coast Meander Hiking Trail

Where? Qolora Mouth
Start: Qora River Mouth Finish: Kei River, Morgan's Bay Duration: 56 km over 5/6 days Fitness: moderately fit Our tip: if you can, spend more than one evening at each stop of the journey to explore the ...

Dolphin and Whale Watching

Where? Port St Johns
Rod Hastier has worked for the Natal Sharks Board for many years and will teach you amazing things about sharks and dolphins. He is an excellent skipper with 20 years experience. Contact him for an ...

Bulungula Homestay Experience

Where? Mthatha
In the heart of the exquisite rural area of the Transkei lies Bulungula, where children walk home from school barefoot and women fetch water from the river in groups, laughing and catching up on village news. ...

Deep Sea Fishing at Kei Mouth

Where? Kei Mouth
The Sea and fishing is Clintís great passion and having an excuse to go out in his ski boat ďSea StarĒ is only stopped by bad weather! Clint will take you out deep sea fishing, launching from the Great Kei ...

Haga Haga Beach

Where? Haga Haga
If youíre 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. ...

Sunrise-on-Sea to Kwelera River Mouth Trail

Where? Gonubie
Start: Sunrise-on-Sea Finish: Kwelera Mouth (or back at Sunrise-on-Sea) Duration: 6 km out or 12 km return Fitness: easy, and good for children Our tip: leave plenty of time to explore the beaches en ...

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