This fully equipped charming double storey house/cottage/chalet is situated in the peaceful Cintsa village on the unspoiled Wild Coast. Stroll down to the beach in less than 2 minutes.
This Luxury Double Story Guest House is located 500m from the beach in beautiful Cintsa East on the Wild Coast of South Africa. It's elegantly decorated and fully equipped for all your needs. Wake up to the sounds of the Ocean and enjoy spectacular views
This privately owned seaside Beach House offers you a self-catering holiday. 5 bedrooms in all - 2 en-suites plus 2 bathrooms (4 bathrooms in all), large open plan kitchen, 2 lounges
A place with space surrounded by natural vegetation where you can soak up the sun in peace and privacy, enjoy the abundant bird life and tune in to the rhythm of the gently pounding surf. For the energetic the lagoon and beach are well suited to a variety
The Beach house is situated on the river with magnificent uninterrupted views of the ocean, river and beach. One of the best sites Cintsa East has to offer. The house is with-in one minute walk to the ocean...
Cape Cod Accommodation is positioned approximately 800metres from the beach on the hill overlooking the Chintsa Bay and River Mouth. Surrounded by Indigenous Vegetation and greenbelt. Chintsa boasts one of the best beaches
Prana Lodge is a unique small luxury beach lodge and wellness spa situated in a pristine forest alongside the spectacular Chintsa Bay, within minutes of rolling savannah and private game viewing.
Our home is a spacious family home with loads of space to relax and enjoy special times together. It has 8 bedrooms and 2 lounge areas with a great undercover entertainment area.
Situated in the tranquil seaside suburb of Gonubie, with just a 15 minute drive into East London, and a 5 minute walk to our fantastic beach, a perfect spot for both the holiday maker and the business guest.
Cintsa / Chintsa Holidays - Eastern Cape Tourism
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Chintsa, formerly known as Cintsa, meaning ‘river of crumbling banks’ in Xhosa, is the start of the Eastern Cape, Wild Coast - a section of unspoilt African Eastern Cape coastline with over 12km of sandy beach and natural forest, perfect for sunbathing, fishing, birding and hiking. Chintsa is in actual fact two little villages lying on the banks of the Chintsa River and estuary - Chintsa East (Cintsa) lies on the north shore of the Chintsa River (Cintsa), nestled between the lagoon and indigenous forest, and Chintsa West the less developed of the two, lies to the south of Chintsa River. Widely known to have the 'best weather in the world’, Cintsa's tropical year-round climate makes for mild temperatures, ideal for 'year after year' return visits to this beautiful part of the Eastern Cape.
Cintsa, Eastern Cape, offers visitors the treat of a lifetime between July and September, when the Southern Right Whale can be sighted along the Eastern Cape coast. Also not to be missed is the unique and unexplained phenomenon of the annual 'Sardine Run,' generally around June. This is when the Eastern Cape coast comes to life with an energetic buzz as the tiny silver fish beach. Considered to be the greatest shoal on earth, these billions of fish bring with them numerous larger game fish, dolphins, sharks, seals, whales and a variety of birdlife seeking an easy meal, making Chintsa's annual ocean extravaganza undoubtedly one of the most spectacular Eastern Cape marine events.
For an experience of another kind, go game viewing just 8km away from Chintsa East, the Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve is home to the Big Five and a variety of antelope, as well as giraffe and zebra. This magnificent Eastern Cape reserve is also where you can enjoy a 'once in a lifetime' elephant back safari.
Also go hiking in the East London Coast Nature Reserve (35 minutes from Cintsa) - a lush combination of coastal forest, valley and dune thicket, grassland and thorn bushveld. This is where leopards still finds refuge, as well as blue duiker, tree dassies, and exotic birdlife like Cape Parrots and Crowned Eagles
When you’re not horse riding on the Cintsa beach, or taking long walks along the surf-line, go eat at the Chintsa Country Bumpkin Restaurant, where you can experience the true essence of Eastern Cape hospitality in a rustic yet chic, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. For traditional home-style African food, Emthombeni Restaurant will feed you with delicious flavourful meals made from the freshest ingredients. For the beer lover, visit the Chintsa Emerald Vale Brewery (Cintsa), where you can sample beer made using rain water and all natural ingredients.
Visit Eastern Cape towns near Chintsa / Cintsa:
Travelling south from Cintsa:
Glengariff (17.6km from Cintsa), an Eastern Cape paradise like you've never experienced before.
Kwelera (24.8km from Chintsa), where the coast is wild with vegetation, and rocky tidal pools are pounded by waves.
Beacon Bay (38.1km from Chintsa), considered to be one of the most picturesque towns in the Eastern Cape.
Gonubie (39.4km from Cintsa) has one of the most exceptional Blue Flag beaches on the Eastern Cape, Wild Coast.
East London (51km from Chintsa) where visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports and outdoor activities.
Travelling north from Cintsa:
Eastern Cape, Haga Haga (51km from Chintsa), set against the panoramic backdrop of the Eastern Cape's rolling green hills.