Greenfire Ntafufu Camp
Port St Johns
About Greenfire Ntafufu Camp
Located in the heart of Pondoland, only 10 km from Port St Johns, the Drifters Ntafufu Adventure Camp is located at the estuary of the Ntafufu River. With a beautiful 2 km beach almost exclusively to yourself and no towns, electric lights or shops to get in the way.
Fishing is phenomenal and there are natural wonders, including the Magwa Falls, within easy day hike distance. Together with the Ntafufu Lagoon's mangroves, this is one of the most picturesque spots along the Wild Coast.
Fishing is amazing, and don't forget your mountain bike for some unforgettable trail riding. Accommodation consists of 12 twin-bed tent units under thatch. Each tent is raised off the ground on a platform and has a little balcony. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom with its own hot shower as well as a toilet and a basin. There are lights and a small table and chairs in each unit.
There are ample facilities in the lodge including fridge and freezer space, a stainless steel cooler box, cutlery and crockery for 24 people, a three-piece gas stove, two pot basins with hot and cold water, tables and chairs, braai grids in the braai area, and nature guide books and tide charts.
The camp is only accessible by 4x4 vehicle
Greenfire Ntafufu Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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