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Glass House Guest Lodge

9 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Glass House Guest Lodge is the ideal place for business travellers looking for overnight accommodation. The guest house has unsurpassed sea...
from R590
per night for 2 guests

Carlton Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 24 in 11 rooms

Carlton Guest House is a colonial-style residence that was once property of the Transkei President. Now a bed and breakfast establishment,...
from R600
per night for 2 guests

Umzimvubu Retreat Guest House...

12 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 12 rooms

Umzimvubu Retreat Guest House is situated on densely forested dunes overlooking the great Umzimvubu...
from R900
per night for 2 guests

The Spotted Grunter Resort

2 Reviews
Sleeps 53 in 18 rooms

The Spotted Grunter Resort is nestled between two mountains, Mount Thesiger behind the resort and...
from R1150
per night for 2 guests

Bamba Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 5 rooms

Bamba Lodge is comfortable, clean and affordable; self-catering accommodation in Port St Johns. The Lodge is situated just outside the town...
from R360
per night for 2 guests

Delicious Monster

14 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

The Delicious Monster is beautifully situated on the beach in Port St Johns, next to our famous seafood restaurant with the same name and...
from R480
per night for 2 guests

Port St. John's River Lodge

4 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 21 rooms

Situated on the mighty Umzimvubu River, the third largest river in South Africa, between the...
from R1120
per night for 2 guests

Umngazi River Bungalows & Spa...

3 Reviews
Sleeps 138 in 63 rooms

The Wild Coast may be South Africa’s most spectacular and peaceful region with its rocky coastline,...
from R815
per night for 2 guests

Seacastle Guesthouse

1 Review
Sleeps 21 in 7 rooms

Guesthouse situated on the beach. Six spacious bedrooms can sleep up to 17 people. Sea castle rises amongst huge milk wood trees and is a...
from R500
per night for 2 guests

The Lodge on the Beach

27 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

The Lodge on the Beach, is a guest house situated right on the beach and probably the closest you will get anywhere along the Wild Coast....
from R490
per night for 2 guests
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    Port St Johns South Africa

    Port St Johns Resort Accommodation
    Port St Johns is a small coastal town in South Africa known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast, offering true warmth and hospitality. The Wild Coast is a 250 kilometer stretch of coast, gaining its name by its inaccessibility and reputation for ship-crushing waves. Today the Wild Coast still remains relatively untouched, offering rich rustic experiences and adventures.

    The Wild Coast is the coastal area of the easterly Transkei region of the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It perches alongside the massive Umzimvubu River which has carved its way through the ancient rocks leaving two 300 metre ramparts towering on either side.

    Port St Johns also offers a unique blend of cultural richness. The Xhosa culture, both traditional and modern, is always apparent. You can see a sangoma (traditional healer) strolling along in all his finery, hear the thumping sound of modern kwaito music from a furniture store, and dodge the ever-present mini-bus taxies. This vibrant noise and colour is contrasted with some crumbling reminders of a colonial history. In the streets you will hear Xhosa, Afrikaans and English as well as foreign languages from the steady stream of tourists seeking the unusual.

    Dense bush encroaches into the town at any opportunity and a short walk will take you into silent forests. The sea is always close, crashing onto the rocky shores which guard the secluded beaches. Bask on the unspoiled beaches or take part in one of the many eco-friendly adventure trails on offer. Port St Johns offers comfortable and authentic South African accommodation and some unique activities.

    Poenskop Beach to the north of Port St Johns is one of the most isolated. A few huts will be passed en route, but there is nothing except Africa out here. Fishing out of the rocks on the south side of the river produces good catches of Garrick and Kob in season.

    Eagles nest is the cliff that overlooks the town. A brisk walk will take you to its summit in about an hour. The Cape Herms Lighthouse is the property of Spoornet, and celebrated its 100th birthday in 2005.

    Silaka Game Reserve is about 6 km out of town where you can take a walk or game drive for beautiful game viewing and bird watching.

    First Beach is the fishing beach just at the river mouth. It has big rocks where people can climb on top when they are fishing. It is where the lighthouse is located.

    Dolphin and whales can be seen all year round, but are best seen during the months of June and July during the annual sardine run. Dolphins can be spotted all year round. Often playing in the surf at Second Beach. Porpoise and Bottle Nose dolphin are a common sight. Rare sightings of the more uncommon species such as Heavy side dolphin and Risso's dolphin happen out at sea, during the Sardine Run.

    Umngazi River Valley - The common belief is that Umngazi (Mngazi) means "Blood" but linguists believe that it refers to thorn trees in the valley, "Umga". This river also opens to the sea through a wide lagoon. It is popular with fisherman and water sports enthusiasts, and also superb for bird watching.
    Port St Johns is a small coastal town in South Africa known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast, offering true warmth and hospitality. The Wild Coast is a 250 kilometer stretch of coast, gaining its name by its inaccessibility and reputation for... Read more
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