Things To Do in Mngcibe

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

Things To Do in Mngcibe

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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 ...

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. It’s not called Strandloper (beach walker) for nothing. Most of ...

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 ...

Boardalign Wakeboarding

Where? Port Edward
If you are a boardrider who loves surfing in uncrowded surf spots in boardshorts and wakeboarding behind a phat wake on protected, flat, warm water... you have just found heaven! Learn to wakeboard ...

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 ...

Cultural Experience Hike

Where? Port St Johns
The Cultural Experience Hike in Port St Johns offers a bit of everything, from the gorgeous surroundings of the Silaka Nature Reserve to the sand on 3rd Beach and even a traditional Xhosa meal, what reason do ...

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 ...

Glen Eden Beach

Where? Glengarriff
Glen Eden Beach is fantastic for surfing all year round with an exposed beach break. Although this is a great beach to swim in it is advisable to be careful of rip tides and of sharks in the vicinity. ...

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. ...

Mtentu Beach

Where? Port St Johns
Mtentu is a little village at the mouth of the Mtentu River, on the other side of the river from the beautiful Mkambati Nature Reserve, in the northerly reaches of the Wild Coast. There is a 25 km hike you ...

Areena Quays Restaurant

Where? Cintsa
Based along the Wild Coast, Areena Quays at the Areena Riverside Resort is a tranquil family restaurant that offers a picturesque setting. Areena is mainly a lunch and early dinner destination, with an ...

Morgan Bay Beach

Where? Morgans Bay
Morgan Bay is a small, charming seaside village along the picturesque Wild Coast of South Africa. It creates the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere but is, in fact, less than an hour’s drive from East ...

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 ...

Whale Watching In Bluewater Bay

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 ...

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