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About Haga Haga Nature Reserve - Club Wild Coast on Pullens Bay

Situated next to Haga Haga, Club Wild Coast Resort on PULLEN'S BAY, offers its visitors a unique blend between comfortable and homely accommodation, wildlife adventures, rock angling and a golf course, on one of three private beaches in South Africa. If superb and relaxing accommodation is what you are after, book into one of the lovely Villas.Accommodation is offered on a private beach in self-catering Villas. Partake in horse trail riding on the beach, fishing with spots that are second to none, hiking in safety, bird watching in the wild, or whale & Dolphin watching off our beach. To keep you busy, a range of activities are available. Take a relaxing horse ride, soak up the sun with some of the finest rock angling around. If a more strenuous activity is what you are after, take a hike on the wild side . Ninky Noo's Pub is no longer operating DUE to destruction from gale force winds.

Beach: overlooking our own private beach, safe for swimming

Golf: mini golf course to have some fun

Family friendly: great for family holidays

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 4 hours
  • Minimum stay: 7 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 24
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 11 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Beach
  • Hiking

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Xhosa (isiXhosa)
  • Afrikaans

Grading

  • AA Highly Recommended

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Reviews for Haga Haga Nature Reserve - Club Wild Coast on Pullens Bay

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Eronica Jooste
23 January 2018

We stayed at number 5 and it was a really comfortable stay.The place needs a bit of TLC, but from what I heard, it is going through a revamp soon. The roof was leaking and needs to be re-thatched. But, the beds were comfortable and the showers hot. The kitchen was well equipped and serviced daily. Right on the beach with no vagrants passing through. We left all our fishing equipment outside during the night as it is very safe there.

Ulise Cilliers, South Africa
17 June 2015

This was a wonderful experience staying in Haga Haga Nature Reserve.I couldn't have asked for anything better.Ulise

Liezl Krause, South Africa
19 April 2011

The house was lovely and we enjoyed the swimming pool very much. The beach and the daily walks that we undertook were the best.

Kerrie Austin, South Africa
21 December 2010

The resort is a gem to behold. The units are rustic but spacious. The private beach is never busy and the kids were safe and had a great time swimming, climbing sand dunes and riding horses. The resort is ideal if you want tranquility and to feel close to nature. The road does require a 4x4 especially after heavy rain. There is little local entertainment except for the friendly Ninky Noo pub and the Haga Haga hotel. This is a wonderful place to relax, read a book and go for long walks. It is not luxury living but quality of life at its best. Buy all your food etc. before you arrive.

Ruan Nel, South Africa
07 October 2008

First of all thank you for the awesome experience at HAGA HAGA.Me and my girlfriend , my wife to be , fell in love with this place and will definitely be calling at the reserve again. It was one of the bestest breakaway weekends we ever had. The quietness , the beauty of the nature surrounding you , the sound of the waves at night and just to feel the relaxing atmosphere.To Neill and his staff thank you this was one weekend that will stay in our hearts for ever and ever.Ps.I will definitely be back for the MOO...

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Haga Haga Nature Reserve - Club Wild Coast on Pullens Bay is 0.2km from the centre of Haga Haga , the nearest airport 55.9km (East London Airport).
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