Things To Do in Qolora Mouth

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

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 ...

Mazeppa Bay First Beach

Where? Mazeppa Bay
The small fishing village of Mazeppa Bay is nestled along the Wild Coast of South Africa and is seldom visited by tourists. As such, it is peaceful and quiet, boasting spectacular vistas to enjoy while ...

Double Mouth Beach

Where? Morgan Bay
Morgan Bay is less than an hour’s drive from East London in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, and is home to the popular Double Mouth Beach. This beach is at the mouth of a stunning estuary, and is ...

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 ...

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 ...

Wild Coast Horse Trails

Where? Kei Mouth
Escape with Wild Coast Horse Trails on an exciting horseback vacation along the stunning Wild Coast of South Africa. Explore nature and the wilderness of rural Africa on fit, well trained horses. Canter ...

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 ...

Bird Watching at Umzimvubu Retreat

Where? Port St Johns
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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Learn To Surf With African Heartland Journeys

Where? Cintsa
Learning to surf? Join African Heartland Journeys Surf School and learn to surf on a 15km stretch of uncrowded beach. Operating from Buccaneers Backpackers, you are on the doorstep of a number of ideal ...

Forest Walk Hike

Where? Port St Johns
The Forest Walk Hike is through one of the most beautiful indigenous forests, up to balancing rocks and towards Eagle’s Nest. Many species of trees, interesting and colourful birds, insects and spiders are ...

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 ...

Hluleka Wildlife Reserve Trails

Where? Port St Johns
The Wild Coast of South Africa has so much to offer travellers. It is the very definition of beauty and variety, and the friendly locals make visitors feel extremely welcome. The Hluleka Nature Reserve is ...

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 ...

Horse Riding in Cintsa

Where? Cintsa
Horse riding through Cintsa is an experience like no other. Starting near to the Panorama Farm you head down to the rocky shores and beaches where you pass a number of dunes and then ride along the water’s ...

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