Some 30 km south of Port Shepstone, on the lush Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast is the tiny hamlet of Palm Beach. Nestled in the un-spoilt indigenous forest of this area is Forest Homes.
Each authentic log villa is fully equipped and serviced daily to ensure your comfort while holidaying on the scenic Hibiscus Coast.
Bring your family & enjoy a warm holiday in a modern, secure privately owned Beach House , surrounded by a beautiful garden with seaviews. Ideal for groups of max 8 people... Und... "Wir sprechen Deutsch". We offer a discount for bookings more than 4 days
Palm Beach Chalets offers three self catering chalets which each sleep four guests. There is one bedroom with a double bed and two single beds in the living area. The lounge also has a couch. The units have fully equipped kitchens with everything you need
Port St Johns Holidays - Eastern Cape, Wild Coast & Berg
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Port St Johns on the Wild Coast & Berg in the Eastern Cape, presents its signature mangrove swamps, impenetrable forests and dramatic lashing waves. Port St Johns is known as the "Jewel of the Wild Coast & Berg", offering true Eastern Cape hospitality.
The Eastern Cape Umzimvubu River (Xhosa for "hippo") cuts a huge gorge right to the sea between the Thesiger and Sullivan twin mountains, which stand on either side of the river mouth like strongholds, and are regarded as the gates of Port St Johns. Another Port St Johns sentinel is the Cape Hermes Lighthouse, which has since 1903 been warning passing ships of the jagged rocks that line this dangerous Port St Johns Eastern Cape coastline.
Port St Johns beaches (three) are great for dolphin watching, whale watching and excellent fishing. The Umzimvubu River mouth and the rocky Poenskop fishing beach are exceptionally popular Eastern Cape fishing spots for year round fishing.
Port St Johns Third Beach is well known for its "laid-back atmosphere", and is a favourite retreat for backpackers and free spirited bohemians.
For the more energetic, numerous Eastern Cape hiking trails saunter through the nearby Port St Johns Silaka Nature Reserve, which is nestled in a forested valley between Port St Johns Second Beach and Sugarloaf Rock. Similarly located in a densely forested region a few kilometres from Port St Johns, the Isinuka Springs are visited by thousand of people each year who seek relief in the sulphur water for various ailments.
The decaying colonial grandeur of Port St Johns offers some wonderfully unique restaurants - a "must visit" is the Delicious Monster Restaurant in Port St Johns, famous for its awesome views and fresh seafood.
You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to Port St Johns Bed & Breakfast accommodation, as "there are still a few places on earth where, if you listen carefully, you can hear your heartbeat echo across the water" ... and in the very heart of the Eastern Cape's hidden natural wonderland, Port St Johns Bed & Breakfast accommodation Cremorne Seaside River Resort treats their guests as close friends, and will welcome you with good old fashioned hospitality.
You'll find comfortable Port St Johns Self Catering accommodation nestled in lush gardens situated just a few meters from Port St Johns Long Beach, with easy access to good fishing, a 9 hole golf course, and numerous excellent restaurants where you can enjoy a hearty meal. The Umzimvubu River front offers excellent Port St Johns accommodation options.
Town central is pretty run down and Port St Johns accommodation should perhaps be sought on the fringes of town
Other towns with Where to Stay accommodation towns near Port St Johns, Eastern Cape
- Mbotyi, Wild Coast 26.10km from Port St Johns offers excellent Star Graded Mbotyi, WIld Coast Holiday Resort accommodation surrounded by dense indigenous forests - an ideal place for an unforgettable wedding.
- Mgcnibe 41.53km from Port St Johns. Mgcnibe Self Catering accommodation guarantees a tranquil rural experience, or modern stylish eco lodge living overlooking the sea.
Come experience the beauty and diversity of the Eastern Cape's Port St Johns, and see why they call Port St Johns the "Gem of the Eastern Cape's Wild Coast", where an atmosphere of "live and let live" has made Port St Johns a hotspot for tourists looking for adventure on the wild side.