Things to Do in Lusikisiki

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Things to do near Lusikisiki

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First Beach

First Beach

Beaches in Port St Johns (27.5 km from Lusikisiki)

Port St John's First Beach is a very popular fishing spot, where you are most likely to catch a good size prize on the end of your line. Not a good beach for swimming however, due to the numerous sharks that frequent the surf.

Isinuka Mud Caves and Sulphur Pools

Isinuka Mud Caves and Sulphur Pools

Popular Attractions in Port St Johns (28.9 km from Lusikisiki)

For a unique cultural experience, come and visit the natural sulphur springs; a traditional healing site to the Pondo people. Immerse yourself in the tradition by smothering yourself in the mud. Dry in the glorious sun and visit the sulphur pools afterwards to rinse off. Finally, bathe in the river to complete your healing. Listing added by...

Cultural Experience Hike

Cultural Experience Hike

Popular Attractions in Port St Johns (28.9 km from Lusikisiki)

Come and enjoy a hike through the Silaka Nature Reserve, rugged 3rd Beach, and end off with a traditional Xhosa meal in Mtumbane Village. This 5 hour guided hike which explores the serenity of Silaka Nature Reserve. You’ll pass through jungle surroundings, over a ridge line with stunning views of the coastline and Port St. Johns. The hike along...

Sundowners on Mount Ethesinger

Sundowners on Mount Ethesinger

Popular Attractions in Port St Johns (28.9 km from Lusikisiki)

On top of Mount Ethesinger lies an older airstrip, the very one featured in the movie Blood Diamond. Take in an amazing 360-degree view of Sullivan Mountain that forms the dramatic gate to Port St Johns, along with Mount Ethesinger. The endless hills of Pondoland lie at your feet and compete for your attention against stunning sunsets. Sign up...

Bird's Nest Hike

Bird's Nest Hike

Hiking Trail in Port St Johns (28.9 km from Lusikisiki)

A beautiful hike through our indigenous forest, up to our the airstrip, which has the best view of the town, ocean and landscapes around Port St Johns. This is an average skill hike, and takes about three hours to finish.

The Gap and Blowhole

The Gap and Blowhole

Popular Attractions in Port St Johns (28.9 km from Lusikisiki)

This is a popular place to visit for visitors, as it has the most beautiful viewing spot for sea life. It is quite an adrenalin adventure as you climb down the ladder, and through the gap which is quite narrow. Just a little further on, you'll find the blowhole. It's situated at the edge of the ocean on flat black rock, also very dangerous as it...

Bulolo Waterfall Hike

Bulolo Waterfall Hike

Hiking Trail in Port St Johns (30.2 km from Lusikisiki)

The Bulolo Waterfall Hike is a guided three to four hour hike through dense jungle surrounding the Amapondo grounds to a secluded waterfall that cascades into a small swimming hole. You can jump into the pool from three platforms, the highest of which is 11 meters.

Second Beach

Second Beach

Bars in Port St Johns (30.7 km from Lusikisiki)

Amidst the tranquil setting of the rainforest, Second Beach allows guests to feel like they are truly in the wild and rugged African coast line. With soft sand and spectacular views, Port St John's Second Beach is a great place to walk the resident dogs, play beach cricket, or go for your run.

Silaka Nature Reserve

Silaka Nature Reserve

Nature Reserves in Port St Johns (31.6 km from Lusikisiki)

Just six kilometres south of the chilled seaside town of Port St Johns is a gorgeous protectorate of Eastern Cape Coastal Forest. Stretching from Second Beach to Sugarloaf Rock, the 400-hectare Silaka Nature Reserve might be small in size but a river flows through it and the entire place is imbued with exceptional scenic beauty. The Silaka River...

Mkambati Nature Reserve

Mkambati Nature Reserve

Nature Reserves in Mkambati (46.6 km from Lusikisiki)

Nature lovers and hikers look no further than the Mkhambathi Nature Reserve. This subtropical walker’s paradise has much to offer with a long stretch of coastline and an extensive choice of hikes.Characterised by open grasslands, indigenous forest patches and swamp forests, Mkhambathi Nature Reserve is fringed by the beautiful forested ravines of...

Hluleka Nature Reserve

Hluleka Nature Reserve

Nature Reserves in Hluleka (58.1 km from Lusikisiki)

Lying 20 kilometres south of Port St Johns, Hluleka Nature Reserve is one of the Wild Coast’s best kept secrets. This tranquil reserve showcases a diverse range of eco systems – rocky seashores, golden beaches, lagoons and lush forests of quinine, coral, stink ebony and Natal fig trees – home to an abundance of wildlife. Meandering paths lead...

Hluleka Wildlife Reserve Trails

Hluleka Wildlife Reserve Trails

Nature Reserves in Hluleka (58.2 km from Lusikisiki)

Hluleka Nature Reserve is a hiker’s paradise offering a network of immaculate footpaths suitable for day walks. Trails meander along the rocky coastline, sandy beaches and through beautiful forests of Stink Ebony adorned with delicate climbers and creepers. Burchell’s zebra, blue wildebeest, eland, impala, red hartebeest, blesbok, spotted genet...

Lwandile Bay Beach

Lwandile Bay Beach

Beaches in Wild Coast (66.8 km from Lusikisiki)

Lwandile Bay is a secluded and unspoilt beach that forms part of the Transkei's Wild Coast which stretches for 300 miles. It has an exposed point/river mouth surf break that works mostly during winter. The warm Indian Ocean water is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, fishing, and whale and dolphin watching.

Mdumbi Point Break

Mdumbi Point Break

Beaches in Mdumbi Beach (73.5 km from Lusikisiki)

Mdumbi’s classic point break is voted one of the best in the world, rated as epic. When this break runs, it runs gooood!

Mdumbi River Kayak

Mdumbi River Kayak

Popular Attractions in Mdumbi Beach (73.6 km from Lusikisiki)

Have you ever seen crabs in trees? Rent a kayak from Notshana and catch the tidal flow up this pristine river estuary. You will see kingfishers, legavaans, crabs and fish from your kayak. One of the most spectacular bloom swarms of jellyfish can be during the summer months on the Wild Coast.