Things To Do in Mbotyi

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

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 ...

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 ...

Pondo-Explore Hiking Trail

Where? Port St Johns
Start: Msikaba Finish: Mbotyi or Port St Johns Duration: 3-5 nights; 45-68 km Fitness: the first couple of days the gradient is easy but you need a lot of stamina to manage the distances; days 3 and 4 are ...

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, it’s 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 ...

First Beach

Where? Port St Johns
Port St Johns is one of the Wild Coast’s most beautiful and popular holiday destinations. It is characterised by magnificent beaches, cliff faces, grassy mountains and forests. It is frequented by surfers, ...

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 ...

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 ...

The Deck Restaurant And Bar

Where? Morgans Bay
For a top quality meal, why not visit the Deck Restaurant and Bar at the Morgan Bay Hotel. Sit and enjoy panoramic views of the Wild Coast and Indian Ocean while enjoying a cocktail or sumptuous meal. ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Yellow Sands Beach

Where? Kwelera
Yellow Sands Beach is a fantastic and enjoyable fishing spot for anglers and those going out on a boat. There is a boat launch spot here, also suitable for ski boats. Situated next to the Kwelera River ...

Mzamba fossils and the Petrified Forest

Where? Port Edward
The Mzamba fossils and Petrified Forest are on the beach, about 2 km from the Wild Coast Sun, near Port Edward, in the northerly reaches of the Wild Coast. You'll find the Petrified Forest - a series of ...

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 ...

Deep Sea Fishing at Kei Mouth

Where? Kei Mouth
The Sea and fishing is Clint’s great passion and having an excuse to go out in his ski boat “Sea Star” 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 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. ...

Fishing in Port St Johns

Where? Port St Johns
Contact John Costello or Rod Hastier to arrange guided tours or tuition in this exciting discipline. Inland waters produce huge rainbow trout and estuaries offer perfect fly fishing opportunities. The ...

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