Paddling 

Mtentu River is a protected estuary and is well known for the un explained natural phenomena when the Giant King Fish swim from Mozambique all the way ip this specific estuary to perform a magnificent sight where they just swim in a circle. Over and above this you will encounter a number of turtles, birdlife and nature at its finest

Bird Watching

Be sure to take a pair of binoculars as there are a great variety of birds in the area. These include fish eagles, king fishers and even the endangered ground hornbill.

Hiking 

There are multiple routes to go hiking. A recommended route would be to cross the river and enter the Mkambati Nature Reserve. There are routes along the coast line and through the Reserve. You will stumble upon various wonders and magnificent waterfalls

We do advise guests that walk along the coast to take a plastic bag and pick up the rubbish they may come across

Mountain Biking

The world is your oyster when it comes to mountain biking. Simply pick a route and go explore the vast open last which is the Wild Coast.

Fishing

The wild coast has some of the most ideal fishing locations in the country. The Estuary is a no fishing zone. So anything north of the mouth is open to fishing. The more well known spots are Salmon Rock, Pebble beach and Skombi.

 

NB: licences will need to be purchased and  please make sure that no undersize or protected fish are kept

Traditional  Transki  Tour

 

Coming Soon

Walk along the coast to go and visit a local sangoma ( traditional healer),  go and taste sorghum beer (traditional beer) and have lunch at a traditional African hut to end off the ultimate Southern Africa experience

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