Wild Coast Tourist Attractions

Wild Coast Tourist Attractions

  • The Hole in the Wall
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    The Hole in the Wall is one of the most interesting landmarks of the Wild Coast. It consists of an arch created by the relentless pounding of the waves over millions of years wearing away the softer sandstone and shale leaving the harder volcanic... More Info
  • Magwa Waterfall
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    The Magwa Waterfall lies in the middle of the 1 800 hectare Magwa tea plantation, South Africa's last remaining tea estate just outside Lusikisiki. More Info
  • Nelson Mandela Museum, Qunu
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    The Nelson Mandela Museum, positioned as it is in the area of his birth, upbringing and eventually, his retirement, offers an authentic journey through the sites, spaces and landscapes of his life. It commemorates his life and work, from childhood... More Info
  • Jacaranda Shipwreck
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    The Jacaranda shipwreck lies on the Wild coast of South Africa in the Eastern Cape. It’s the most untouched coast line of South Africa and has a reputation for wild storms and unpredictable ocean currents. More Info
  • Wild Coast Jikeleza Festival
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    While at the Wild Coast Jikeleza Festival, why not stay a while and explore the wealth of natural, artistic, boutique and sometimes, eclectic attractions that make up the Wild Coast Jikeleza Route? The route starts just outside the East London... More Info
  • Nelson Mandela Museum, Mthatha
    Wild Coast Tourist Attractions
    The Nelson Mandela Museum, positioned as it is in the area of his birth, upbringing and eventually, his retirement, offers an authentic journey through the sites, spaces and landscapes of his life. It commemorates his life and work, from childhood... More Info

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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