Wild Coast Accommodation Hotel

Wild Coast Accommodation Hotel

  • Hotel Savoy & Conference Centre, Mthatha, “The only place to stay in Mthatha”, is conveniently situated on Nelson Mandela Drive in Mthatha, boasting 127 luxury, air-conditioned rooms with en-suites.
    Phone: 047 531 0791
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  • Nestled in a beautiful setting of palms and tropical plants, above the broad beach, Mazeppa Bay is characterized by it’s own Island. Depending on the tide, this is sometimes only accessible by a quaint suspension bridge, which joins the...
    Phone: 047 498 0033
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  • Trennerys Hotel – Wild Coast “Where memories are made"is found nestling in the lush, tropical vegetation of the Old Transkei, at Quolora River Mouth just north east of East London.
    Phone: 047 498 0004
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  • Haga Haga is a little hideaway that remains pristine due to the 13km’s of gravel road. If you want to escape then Haga Haga is the perfect place for you and your family. Come and enjoy one of South Africa’s best kept secrets.
    Phone: 043 841 1670
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    • Self Catering
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  • The Wild Coast may be South Africa’s most spectacular & yet least touristy region with it’s rocky coastline, indigenous forests, secluded coves and many river mouths. And all this is on your doorstep at Umngazi.
    Phone: 047 5641115/6/8/9
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    • Spa
  • Crawford’s Beach Lodge is set along the magical Wild Coast, offering rustic luxury accommodation for the most discerning of travellers and conference organisers, who are looking for privacy, peace and tranquillity.
    Phone: 043 738 5000
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Wild Coast Map

Wild Coast Information

The Wild Coast stretches from the Kei River to the Kwa-Zulu Natal border.

The Transkei has remained relatively unspoilt. Apart from the larger towns, most settlements are just a handful of fishermen's cottages.

Scenically, the Transkei is at its best on its rugged coastline, sandy beaches and rocky headlands. The Wild Coast is well known for its magnificent hiking trails, including the legendary "Strandloper Trail".

Famous landmarks include The Gates, Hole in the Wall, Magwa Falls, Waterfall Bluff, the Jacaranda shipwreck, Nongqawuse's pools, the Morgan Bay cliffs and Bead Beach where it is thought the Santo Espirito foundered in 1608.

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